By guest contributor Christopher Porzenheim Even the smallest display of virtuous conduct immediately inspires us. Simultaneously we: admire the deed,
By guest contributor Pamela C. Nogales C. Prompted by the experience of the second world war, historian Lewis Namier described
By guest contributor Joel S. Davidi In my last post on the history of the first of Nisan as a Jewish
by guest contributor Mark Marion Gondelman In 1713, a rebellious Kabbalist named Nechemiah Chayun published a book called ‘Oz le-Elohim.
by guest contributor Matthew Chalmers “Are the Samaritans worth a volume of 360 pages?” Thus pondered an anonymous reviewer of
by guest contributor Joel S. Davidi It is late March and the weather is still cold. The sounds of Arabic