In counseling end-of-life care, what Jewish principles are most valuable?
The next generation of exhibits builds bridges in ways you might not expect.
For what should our community atone on Yom Kippur?
What advice would you give if your child told you
he or she were gay?
Ask Jews what happens after death, and many will respond that the Jewish tradition doesn’t say or doesn’t care. But not so fast. When Moment asked an array of prominent Jewish thinkers, artists, writers and other doers to tell us what they think they’re headed for, the range was extraordinary.