Judaism

Judaism

July 02, 2009

Are concert-goers the pilgrims of our time?

December 23, 2008

Looking to a Jewish tradition found in Deuteronomy of absolving loans as a solution to current debts.

October 25, 2008

Rabbi Sharon BrousEarlier this week, I wrote about a photograph of a Lubavitch assembly. In response to a comment in our Flickr community, I was doing some research and happened upon a couple of lists about the top 50 most influential rabbis and the top 25 rabbis from the pulpit.

October 24, 2008

OK. I’ll admit it. I’m a lurker in the Jewish blogging community — my favorite being Rachel Barenblat’s smart and always provocative Velveteen Rabbi. In a recent post, she wrote about a friend, Seth Brown, who has translated the Torah into rhyming verse and is releasing one chapter a week on his blog From God to Verse.

For the past five years, writing the annotated guide (“program particulars”) meant to complement each week’s broadcast has been a labor of love. I’m not theologically trained, so I wanted to better understand passing references made by Krista and her guests — particularly when it came to quoting sacred texts. The Web is handy, but, it lacks the depth of scriptural translations little known outside seminaries and divinity schools.

September 25, 2008

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

July 31, 2008

In this SoundSeen video not heard in the program, Jonathan Greenblatt tells Krista how his grandparents' flight from Nazi Germany informs his sense of service today — all from behind the glass.

June 03, 2008

What do you get when you search the term "heschel" — a surprising image and a moment of insight.

May 09, 2008

What do you do when an interview on AJH is too good to be cut? Be merciless.

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