Should Jews advocate for their religious choices in conversation with Jews who have chosen differently?
Is there a “Jewish” way to parent?
What is our responsibility as Jews toward Syrian refugees?
Should rabbis talk to their congregants about BDS?
Is whistleblowing a Jewish obligation?
Is it permitted to invite a non-Jew to your Seder? And is it a good idea?
How do you decide when a candidate for conversion is ready to become Jewish?
Are there aspects of Judaism that encourage arrogance—or that help guard against it?
Should Jews strive to be happy? INDEPENDENT No. Jews should never strive to be happy. Happiness should not be
“In contrast with other views, we are not born sinners, but by virtue of the human condition and our free will, we are bound to act sinfully from time to time.”