The Hebrew Bible is a rich cultural artifact. But a moral compass? That's another story.

By Yedidya Itzhaki


The history of Jewish movements is anything but straightforward.
By Felix Posen


Is There Such A Thing as "Jewish Identity"?

Research has not always acknowledged
the fluidity of Jewish identity.

By Debra Kaufman

The First Secular Jews

If you thought secular Judaism began with Spinoza, guess again.

By Anita Novinsky


Yona Wallach: Profile of a Pioneering Hebrew Poet

How did the life of a Catholic mystic become the inspiration for poetry by a secular Jew?

By Ruth Kartun-Blum


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