Press play below to listen to the podcast, download it in the iTunes Store, or stream it via Stitcher. Chapter 1: The World of the 1970s Chapter 2: Kirkpatrick’s Case Chapter 3: Allies, Enemies, and American Hypocrisy Chapter 4: The Freedom Agenda Chapter 5: Obama’s Carteresque Foreign Policy We like to think that, amidst all of the pressures of […]Read More
In the modern West, the very notion that men and women have different and complimentary natures is taken as outdated at best and bigoted at worst. But the great texts of the Western tradition, beginning with the Hebrew Bible, have long offered deep wisdom on this very issue. In “Man and Woman: An Old Story,” […]Read More
The Book of Ecclesiastes is one of the most challenging in the entire Hebrew Bible. Authored in the name of “Kohelet son of David”—identified by Jewish tradition as King Solomon—the book is a deeply philosophical meditation on the search for happiness by a man who has everything. Often misunderstood, argues Ethan Dor-Shav, Kohelet’s thought is […]Read More
Press play below to listen to the podcast, download it in the iTunes Store, or stream it via Stitcher. Has support for Israel become a partisan issue in the United States? What role can a commitment to Jewish culture play in ensuring the Jewish future? And how does an observant Jew say grace? These are just some of the […]Read More
No ideology is as universally condemned in the United States as Nazism. It is the most potent symbol of evil in America, and Jews are its most identifiable victims. Yet, writes Ruth Wisse, the exclusive identification of anti-Semitism with Nazism obscures the true nature of the threats that today imperil the Jews people and the […]Read More
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