Is it Chanukkah . . . or Hanukkah? What’s with the jelly donuts? Why eight nights? And more.
In Jerusalem, the Sabbath is an anticipated and enjoyed weekly vacation day.
Yes, I study religion. No, that doesn’t mean I’m converting or becoming a clergy member.
We Jews like to argue, but we remember our similar experiences on the Jewish holiday Tisha B’Av.
Do Conservative Jews keep kosher? Are they spiritual? And more.
We err if we think faith solves our uncertainty. Authentic faith is not about easy answers.
From the schmoozer to the elderly matchmaker, you’re sure to meet these characters at any shul.
Christian Bible study today is inadequate. But our Jewish brothers and sisters can help.
Especially at Passover, we have to conform scripture to our morality, not the other way around.
Context matters when reading Christ’s Passion, especially when anti-Semitism is alive and well.
Does the Jewish sense of humor have to be collateral damage in our current war against anti-Semitism?
A Q&A with award-winning writer James Carroll on how Christians misunderstand Jesus.
Remarks from Rabbi David Saperstein, the new U.S. ambassador for religious freedom.
As a Jewish man who believes in Jesus, I have ample opportunity to hear what Christians say.
Enhance the traditional Thanksgiving flavors by including these iconic Jewish food tastes.
Why it matters — for understanding world history and for addressing global conflicts today — that Jesus was not a Gentile.
In some parts of the world today, Anti-Semitism is the simplest answer to complex problems.
Can Jewish and Muslim interfaith workers move beyond panel discussions and polite dinners?