Interdenominational Archive

Shavuotmeal

If our rabbis can't even keep compassion in their hearts across halachic lines, what chance do we rank-and-file Jews of differing denominations have of making peace amongst ourselves? Maybe more of a chance than we think. Read More

“They think they’re the only ones up here.”

Which of these commonly held assumptions about Orthodox Judaism in America is true? A.) Orthodoxy is an unchanged, ancient tradition. B.) Orthodoxy has always been stringently observant. C.) Conservative and Reform Judaism emerged out of Orthodoxy as increasingly less "authentic" versions of Judaism. Actually, none of the above. Read More