By Omid Safi October 29, 2015

There's an elephant in the interfaith dialogue room. Omid Safi with a critical look at the uneven speaking field in America for Muslims and how the politics of Palestine/Israel shapes and affects Abrahamic interfaith dialogue.

By Jane Gross October 04, 2015

Many people may only attend services on special holidays or days of sacred obligation. Jane Gross, a single New Yorker now in her 60s, relays her own story of trying to reconnect with community for the Days of Awe and finding new comfort in her solitude on Yom Kippur.

By Joshua Stanton June 18, 2015

Fortified by forward-looking Muslim leaders and thinkers in the United States, a Jewish man seeks to "hear truth from whatever source it comes" even, and perhaps especially, those with whom he may never see eye-to-eye with about faith itself.

May 17, 2011

I first discovered Yossi Klein Halevi in the early days of this program. I picked his book Memoirs of a Jewish Extremist off the shelves of the public library and was riveted by this son of a Holocaust survivor's journey into, and then beyond, violent rage.

September 25, 2008

An excellent reflection on the playlist for "Days of Awe."

April 20, 2008

A stirring set of questions from the Sephardic seder tradition creates a new space for a father's reflection on Passover.

December 24, 2007

A poignant tale of Rabbi Heschel handling discrimination with humor and humanity.