The area was known as ‘Jerusalem of Argentina.’ Some hoped that Moises Ville would become the hub of an autonomous Jewish district. These days, all that's left are a gravestone maker who has no work, an aging gaucho and, above all, memories
Christians and Jews
Millennial Evangelicals are not as automatically supportive of Israel as their parents' generation was. Evangelical groups are taking action - some trying to secure young Evangelicals' love of the Jewish state, others to get them to learn about Palestinians
For three centuries, the Jews of Switzerland were only allowed to live in two villages. This is their unique story of resistance and survival in the face of persecution
Wine grapes with roots in antiquity are becoming part of an ideological identity struggle: Are these heirloom varieties Israeli or Palestinian?
The one where Gal Gadot plays Lisa after Bart sees Jesus and sells the movie rights to three Christian producers
Participants dress in their countries' traditional garb and carry their national flags, while local Israelis watch one of the city's most colorful events of the year
Opinion Monotheism Is Seen as Judaism's Gift to the World. But Has It Really Brought Peace and Harmony?
Monotheism is widely considered more moral and rational than polytheism. But a controversy in Germany is raising the question whether the belief in one God actually leads to fanaticism and violence
The Noahide Project, which has Israeli governmental and rabbinical support, is trying to proselytize members of remote communities. Just as long as they don’t call themselves Jews, right?
When conservative star pundit Ben Shapiro weighed into the abortion debate, he reproduced Christian denominations’ extremist positions rather than the centuries-long, nuanced, case-by-case Jewish tradition. That’s a shame – but no accident
The number of religious sanctuary communities in the U.S. soared from 400 in 2016 to 1,100 in 2017, as congregations come together to help immigrants amid rising attempts to deport and separate families