What would your spouse, your children, your friends mean to you if you knew you would outlive them all?
Is our mortality a problem to be solved, or […] Read More Press play below to listen to the podcast, download it in the i Tunes Store, or stream it via Stitcher. One such “secret” surely resides in the immortal language that the Jewish people kept alive—and that in many senses kept them alive—throughout their history.
In doing so, he shows that […] Read More Press play below to listen to the podcast, download it in the i Tunes Store, or stream it via Stitcher.
Using the essay “Innovation and Redemption: What Literature Means,” Ruth Wisse joins Eric Cohen to discuss the insights of famed literary critic, Cynthia Ozick.
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politics with Israel as a Zionist state tend to emphasize the contemporary triangular relationship among the U. government, Israel and the American Jewish community.
We reverently study the history of the earthly half, and deduce from it the conviction that the earthly half has reformed, is equipped with morals and virtues, and in no way resembles the abandoned, malignant half that abides upon the throne.
We conceive that the earthly half is just, merciful, charitable, benevolent, forgiving, and full of sympathy for the sufferings of mankind and anxious to remove them.