Orthodox Singles: Breaking Myths
I'm smart, successful at my career, and fun to be with. I've worked out many of my "issues" in therapy. Here I am, eminently eligible and ready for a relationship, but somehow all of the guys I meet just aren't there yet.
The Virtual Parent
It is hard to be a parent in today’s modern world. And it is harder to be a Jewish parent.
In the Synagogue: Navigating Between Halakha and Women's Participation
In the spring of 2003, a handful of young people in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who regularly attended the only Orthodox minyan in town, were looking for a change.
Breakfast Program with Lecture by Rav David Bigman
Rav David Bigman, Rosh Yeshiva of the Yeshiva Hesder of Maale Gilboa, will be the guest speaker at a breakfast program sponsored by the Institute for Jewish Ideas and Ideals. The event will be held at Congregation Shearith Israel, 2 West 70th Street, in Manhattan, on Wednesday morning December 23.
A Modern Orthodox Approach to Interfaith Dialogue
In 1964, Rabbi Dr. Joseph Soloveitchik (the Rav), the formative intellectual leader of postwar American Modern Orthodoxy, wrote that Jewish-Christian interfaith relations "must be outer-directed and related to the secular orders with which men of faith come face to face.
Award for Rabbi M. Angel's Book: Maimonides, Spinoza and Us
Maimonides, Spinoza and Us: Toward an Intellectually Vibrant Judaism
Rabbi Marc D. Angel
has been selected as a finalist of the
2009 NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARD
in the category of