Best-selling author Maggie Anton thinks more Jews should wade into the sea of Talmud.by Beth Kissileff | Comments Off on Talmud is Fun!
After a shattering blow, a rabbi finds a new way of understanding the term “quality of life.”by Rabbi Charles Sherman | Comments Off on The Broken and the Whole
This issue’s reviews include The Museum of Extraordinary Things, The December Project, Storm, and Suddenly, Love.by Lisa Silverman | Comments Off on CJ Bookshelf – Fall 2014
Even if you have never seen a page of Talmud, you will find something of interest and accessible in Ruth Calderon’s newly translated book, A Bride for One Night.by Beth Kissileff | Comments Off on CJ Bookshelf: Spring 2014
Artist Liana Finck has created a graphic rendering of the famous advice column to the old Yiddish paper, The Jewish Daily Forward.Comments Off on A Bintel Brief in Pictures
For Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, Judaism carries an ancient wisdom while at the same time is constantly renewing itself. The God Artson describes is a God of connection and hope.by Rabbi Elianna Yolkut | Comments Off on Something to Believe In
At great personal risk, Jan Karski of Poland told the world of the horrors he saw in his native country. We must remember him and honor his legacy.by Linda Tucker | Comments Off on Restoring the Memory of a Holocaust Hero
Unscrolled is a series of stories, poems, memoirs, plays, graphic novels, and more that offer a startlingly fresh take on the Torah, its value, and its place in our livesComments Off on Unscrolled