Historian Jonathan Sarna places a recent decision by an Orthodox synagogue to modify the "prayer for the government" into sharp historical focus.
With the aid of some new primary sources, David Curwin offers a fresh view of the Rav's embrace of Rambam and his most important writings.
Tzvi Sinensky on the lost Menorah, the Vatican theory, and the ideology of the search and mythology.
Daniel Klein on how violence in the Bible plays out in the writings of Shadal and Gabriel Gárcia Márquez
Ari Lamm on the Bat Kol in rabbinic literature and its implications for Orthodox discourse
Tzvi Sinensky on The Slonimer's contemporary popularity
Zev Eleff on a uniquely American Jewish "righteous commodity" Gedolim Cards
Lehrhaus is proud to present Rabbi Henry Schneeberger's 1911 sermon in honor of Thanksgiving.
Sam Glauber examines Abraham's place in his society.
No two Orthodox rabbis think exactly the same way, particularly on the matter of Darwinism in the wake of the Scopes Trial.