Not just for the priests.
The Ḥasidey Ashkenaz and God’s wonders.
In his paintings of Jacob and his twelve sons, the 17th-century Spanish master humanizes his subjects, rendering them approachable and individual rather than remote and ethereal.
For traditional Jews and Catholics alike, liberalism has presented parallel but different dangers; so has anti-liberalism.
Some surprising similarities between Judaism and Hinduism.
How two psychics and a Lubavitch Ḥasid led an aspiring rock musician to Jewish observance.
God’s spirit and God’s image.
But not Philologos.
Marilynne Robinson asks what we are doing here.
Judaism beyond slogans.
The cutting edge of secular illiberalism.
A Christian group was punished for acting on its beliefs about homosexuality.
A prayer more powerful than its words.
An actual religion of peace?