For traditional Jews and Catholics alike, liberalism has presented parallel but different dangers; so has anti-liberalism.
A rationalist sermon delivered to a congregation of wavering souls.
An Oxford historian has absorbed anti-Semitic prejudices.
And home to one of Judea’s last queens.
In play again are bitterly contested questions about the Catholic Church, about religion and politics, and—inevitably—about Christianity’s relation to Judaism and the Jews.
A gold medal in whitewashing.
In praise of Hershel Shanks.
For some time, Jews assumed it would be rebuilt imminently.
Smug secularism, curiosity, and the Enlightenment.
My encounters with the life and legacy of Velvl Greene.
Britain’s first, and only, Jewish prime minister.
It could secure the Zionist project by helping to sell Israelis on a peace deal with the Palestinians, and it could help to cement Israel’s long-term relationship with America.
Sorkin, Dvorkin, Rivkin . . .