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God, Evolution, And Darwin: An Interview with Molecular Biologist Douglas Axe

I’m not arguing against common ancestry or some form of descent with modification. What I’m saying is that accidental processes cannot possibly have invented these things.

Showing Off His Chops On “Chopped”

The skill of condensing a large amount of information helped him pack an hour’s worth of cooking in the thirty minutes provided.

Mekonen: An Ethiopian Commander In The IDF

Determined, he chose to make his life a success.

A Tribute to Humanity’s Teacher

Elie Wiesel was one of the most important people in the post-WW II period. He spoke truth to power, He spoke up for those for whom no one else championed. For that he received the Nobel Peace Prize.

A Meeting with Magda Haroun, Head of Egypt’s Jewish Community

Magda's dreams is an Egypt that is cosmopolitan and tolerant, that embraces the breadth of humanity that Egypt embodied in recent memory.

Gray Matter

The ADL, supported by naïve Jewish donors, offers assurances of support for Israel and Jewish causes but offered only evasions when asked direct questions

Rabbi Roy Feldman: From Manhattan’s KJ To Albany’s CBAJ

I was not interested at all in going more than a two- or three-hour drive from New York City because my family and my wife’s family both live in New York. The

On The Bookshelf

As a teen, I found essays by people like William F. Buckley Jr. and Lewis Thomas enthralling.

‘At The End Of The Day, We Only Have Each Other’: An Interview with...

But my father had developed an interest in Judaism and felt it was disloyal to abandon the Jewish people in a time of danger, so he stayed in Israel.

An Artist’s Life

Though the native of Brighton is a serious artist and deep Kabbalist, Langford has an easy air about him and a sense of humor that sets his blue eyes twinkling.

Dr. Irving Moskowitz: Builder of Jerusalem

Mrs. Cherna Moskowitz: "Irv’s passion was creating and developing businesses so that he could help Israel. For him, this was the right thing to do."

About “Rabbi” Lerner

In short, Michael Lerner is neither Orthodox nor a Rabbi. We DO know that he is an anti-Semite though, one who claims that Jews themselves are to blame for anti-Semitism!

Meet the Activist Rabbi and his Gay Bodyguard: the Knesset’s Most Incredible Allies

After Rabbi Yehuda Glick was shot by a would-be assassin, Amir Ohana stepped in to act as his personal bodyguard.

Why Robert Wistrich Is Required Reading on Past, Present and Future Antisemitism

Prof. Wistrich’s passing has deprived the world of the most cogent analyst of anti-Semitism, perhaps ever, {Prof. Wistrich, in a word, is irreplaceable.

A Jewess By Choice

Her parents' message was clear: be sensitive to society's shortcomings by being part of the solution.

Innovation in Jewish Education – “Investing in the Jewish Future”

The Mayberg Family Foundation is hosting its annual Jewish Education Innovation Challenge (JEIC) retreat. The challenge offers finalists 12 minutes to pitch their projects to a panel of judges,

Before Jerusalem’s Reunification, Shmuel Matza Left Defiant Carvings On A Prison Wall

“I had seen the plans for the museum and that the Kishle was part of the grounds,” Lieber tells JNS. “It was something that no one even remembered.”

On The Bookshelf

What books would you recommend to someone seeking intellectual ammunition for his belief in 1) the existence of G-d? and 2) the divinity of the Bible?

Living In Terror In The Soviet Union: An Interview With Rabbi Hillel Zaltzman

My father went to a school in a neighborhood with no Jews and told my teacher, “My son is a sick boy who must relax two days a week – Saturday and Sunday.”

Orthodox Rabbi Teaching Halakha Beyond the Shulkhan Arukh, Judaism Beyond the Commandments

"I'm sure that if Maimonides, or Rabbi Yosef Karo lived today, they would say: We never wrote our codifications for a time when the State of Israel would be established."

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