Sasha Abramsky tells the story of his grandfather Chimen Abramsky through the vast and varied book collection of the Jewish historian, antique books expert and ex-communist.
Social justice is a central tenet of Judaism. Why, then, are rabbis and synagogues afraid to broach it?
Regardless of the particular faith with which a child identified, the more religious the family, the less generous the child, contradicting popular assumptions.
The first ten of the 613 commandments given by God to the Jewish people form the foundation of Jewish ethics, as well as civil and religious law.
Judaism takes consideration that although marriage is desirable, not all unions should be sustained when they lose their vitality.
In Judaism, immersion in a mikveh is meant to be more than simply a device for reversing a state of impurity. It is a means of infusing the soul with spirituality.
Researchers fear the mandatory social studies curriculum could drive students to take violent actions to advance the building of the Third Temple.
Ahead of the upcoming biennial conference of the Union for Reform Judaism, take a look at what Reform Judaism is and who constitutes it.
The religious and cultural failure that led to the Rabin assassination continues to threaten Israeli sovereignty and democracy today.
Nothing is sacred in the latest round of violence, with religious shrines proving recurring flash points.