“I believe,” Abraham Lincoln famously said, “the Bible is the best gift God has ever given to man.”
When Rice University religion professor Matthias Henze visits local Houston-area churches and synagogues to promote interfaith understanding between Christianity and Judaism
Living in Israel is such a rich experience that those who live here are able to enter theoretically and physically into the world of the Bible.
As today Israeli people celebrate Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day), and the 50th anniversary of the reunification of the city, here are a few thoughts about what Jerusalem means to Rabbi Sacks:
Of all the symbolic acts of a Jewish wedding, perhaps the most well-known and well-loved is breaking the glass.
Yom Ha-Shoah, Holocaust Memorial Day, opened in Jerusalem on the eve of April 24 at Yad Vashem, in Jerusalem. A present exhibition at the Israel Museum, entitled “Behold the Man,” portrays Jesus as a Jew.