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If we ‘canceled’ anti-Semitism

By Jeffrey Salkin — March 4, 2021

(RNS) — Hey, it’s just Dr. Seuss. It’s not like it’s Shakespeare or Dickens.

Does NBC have a Jewish problem?

By Jeffrey Salkin — February 24, 2021
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Are you glad that Rush Limbaugh is dead?

By Jeffrey Salkin — February 21, 2021

(RNS) — How not to say goodbye to a very dangerous man.

The rabbi sings the COVID “blues.”

By Jeffrey Salkin — February 17, 2021

There are some things that we just don’t know. Like, a certain biblical color. And even more important things.

Trump’s lawyer covered his head with his hand? Get over it.

By Jeffrey Salkin — February 10, 2021

(RNS) — A simple gesture by an attorney illustrates a small piece of American Jewish identity.

A religious analysis of that Super Bowl Jeep commercial

By Jeffrey Salkin — February 9, 2021

(RNS) — That Jeep commercial with the Boss? It was a sermon.

Marjorie Taylor Greene must go — now!

By Jeffrey Salkin — February 1, 2021

(RNS) — There is a sadistic Jew-hating conspiracy theorist in Congress. Get rid of her.

Sonny Fox and the Holocaust: a little-known connection

By Jeffrey Salkin — January 28, 2021

He was a childhood “friend.” Here is the story that few people know.

Debbie Friedman is still singing

By Jeffrey Salkin — January 26, 2021

No one changed modern worship like Debbie. May her memory be a blessing.

Healing and unity? Not yet

By Jeffrey Salkin — January 19, 2021

(RNS) — There is such a thing as ‘cheap grace.’ This is precisely not the time for it.

If you’re religious and supported President Trump

By Jeffrey Salkin — January 11, 2021

(RNS) — Can you simultaneously believe in God and the president?

How Jewish is “Ma Rainey”?

By Jeffrey Salkin — January 5, 2021

The late Chadwick Boseman was amazing in “Ma Rainey.” Even more than you think.

The religious word of the year: COVIDOLOGY

By Jeffrey Salkin — December 29, 2020

Is COVID-era faith a Nehru jacket? Or a Brooks Brothers suit that simply needs a new tie?

The best religion books of 2020

By Jeffrey Salkin — December 23, 2020

Biblio-therapy for the ill at ease. That means — all of us.

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