Religious rebellion is part of Judaism -- and any good religion.
Jews must speak out against the war against Christians.
Customs are rich and rewarding -- even when they don't always make sense.
There are historical roots to Lena Dunham's comparison of her dog to her Jewish boyfriend. And they are not pretty.
American Jews should get a grip on themselves. Our relationship with Israel is not threatened.
In an imaginary sermon, Prime Minister Netanyahu confesses his electoral campaign mistakes.
Michael Douglas stood up against anti-Semitism. Time for other Jewish entertainment figures to do the same.
What do Christian Zionists really believe? You might be surprised.
Who was that sitting next to Elie Wiesel at Netanyahu's speech to Congress? Alan Dershowitz. That's the key to understanding Bibi's speech.
Anti-Semitism on campus is now politically-correct -- even chic. We are now in the midst of a war for the heart, mind, and soul of the American university. It is time for universities themselves to speak out against this.
Why "Martini Judaism: for those who want to be shaken and stirred"? Because that is the goal of religion -- to shake us out of our complacency, and stir us to action.
If you have been watching the news, you might conclude that religion inevitably causes evil. Not so fast.