As another Pesach in isolation approaches, Will Friedman examines how Rabbinic texts take solo sedarim into account.
Esther Lindell reviews “The Haggadah about Nothing,” Rabbi Sam Reinstein’s not-too-serious exploration of how the Haggadah relates to Seinfeld, the ever-popular 90s sitcom.
Why is the Haggadah such a disorganized text? Lehrhaus editor Yosef Lindell offers a strikingly novel approach to the dynamic nature of the Passover seder.
Julie and Uri Goldstein offer a timely Haggadah for reflection this year.
Ross Singer reviews the Faith and Freedom R. Eliezer Berkovits Haggadah, compiled by Reuven Mohl.
Tzvi Sinensky suggests that we can best understand the Haggadah against the backdrop of Sefer Devarim.
Ranana Dine explores the depictions of suffering in haggadot.
"Ha lahma anya" is one of the first paragraphs recited at the Seder - and its strange features have been baffling commentators for centuries. Elli Fischer adds his reflections to the mix.