A touchy subject.
Joseph Soloveitchik’s “Confrontation.”
Shlomo Riskin’s The Living Tree: Studies in Modern Orthodoxy.
And other thoughts on Modern Orthodoxy in Britain.
Thoughts from Aharon Lichtenstein.
Evolution or revolution?
Another day, another terse resolution against the ordination of women. If traditionalist Judaism is to survive, it needs to stop reacting and do a much better job of explaining itself.
What the early history of Conservative Judaism can tell us.
That’s the argument of a new book.
The value of lived religious experience over rationalist claims.
A leading Modern Orthodox rabbi is being forced out.
It was about living Judaism to its fullest.
“For him, moderation is born of a burning and lifelong desire.”