Was John F. Kennedy a Jewish theologian? Almost.
A new category: Jews-by-surprise. It says more about us than about them.
Learning about Jackie's doubt, loneliness has the ring of private confession like Mother Teresa's journals.
Amid the outpouring of remembrance and assessment marking the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination, there has been a notable lack of attention to the significance of his presidency for religion in public life.