Recent Essays

  • Spiritual Math III

    Moshe Schapiro (0)
    Spiritual Math III

    by R. Moshe Schapiro The third in a five-part series discussing the meaning of the phrase in Selichot “ve-lo shavah...

     
  • May one wear Crocs on Yom Kippur?

    Shlomo Brody (0)
    May one wear Crocs on Yom Kippur?

    by R. Shlomo Brody, excerpted from his new book, A Guide to the Complex: Contemporary Halakhic Debates The permissibility...

     
  • New Periodical: RJJ Journal LXVIII

    Gil Student (1)
    New Periodical: RJJ Journal LXVIII

    New issue of The Journal of Halacha and Contemporary Society LXVIII (Succot 5775, Fall 2014): Letter From the Editor –...

     
  • Spiritual Math II

    Moshe Schapiro (0)
    Spiritual Math II

    by R. Moshe Schapiro The second in a five-part series discussing the meaning of the phrase in Selichot “ve-lo shavah...

     
  • Spiritual Math

    Moshe Schapiro (0)
    Spiritual Math

    by R. Moshe Schapiro This is the first in a five-part series continuing throughout this week -ed Spiritual Mathematics: Math...

     
  • Audio Roundup

    Joel Rich (0)
    Audio Roundup

    by Joel Rich But lurking beneath the surface are several unresolved issues not so quickly dismissed. One of them, raised...

     
  • Happy New Year

    Gil Student (0)
    Happy New Year

    לשנה טובה תכתבו ותחתמו Le-shanah tovah tikasevu ve-sechasemu May you be inscribed and sealed for a good...

     
  • The Limits of Teshuvah

    Gil Student (0)
    The Limits of Teshuvah

    by R. Gil Student Teshuvah, repentance, breaks through the heavenly barrier, reaching the divine throne and tearing evil...

     
  • Beyond Words

    Yehuda Krohn (0)
    Beyond Words

    Beyond Words: The Dance Between Knowing and Not Knowing Hashem by R. Yehuda Krohn, Psy.D. This is for anyone who, even as...

     
  • A New and Old Wind is Blowing

    Shmuel Winiarz (0)
    A New and Old Wind is Blowing

    by Shmuel Winiarz Is the “Yeshiva world” too insular? Does its single-minded focus on Talmud and codes stifle...