I would defend Cameron-Bure’s right to not talk about Allah on TV had she converted to Islam, so why am I so queasy with her refusing to say “OMG”?
A policy that truly defended the right to debate, or even just to listen curiously as others debate, would not require every local Hillel across the country to welcome Jewish Voices for Peace every time its name appeared on a proposed event.
If we non-Orthodox Jews want to show our support for Orthodox feminists and the movement for greater leadership roles of Orthodox women in the Orthodox world, including through rabbinic ordination, let’s start with listening to the Orthodox women.
Revisiting a categorization of approaches to Jewish pluralism. Does it make sense to talk about "stages"?
The Jewish holiday of love Tu b'Av is just days away -- and today is the deadline for YentaNet applications to the Match-Maker Training this coming Sunday.
If Jonathan Katz is going to use "power and privilege" discourse, then better use it correctly.