Jay Rubinstein places himself in the apocalyptic mindset of authors like Joachim of Fiore.
Pediatric oncologist Elisha Waldman explores a city's complexities as he reflects on his patients' spiritual needs.
When Jews, Christians, and Muslims gather to celebrate arts and culture, the dividing walls crumble.
How can I help reform Islam? I can’t even make it to prayers.
There is a sharp contrast between West Jerusalem and mostly Arab East Jerusalem. Along this political and economic divide, violence has erupted.
A few years ago, while wandering through the Old City of Jerusalem, I stumbled upon a spray-painted sign on the side of a small factory building. It called out in English: “We need peace.” It seemed to me like a modern-day cry of “hosanna” coming from the people of Jerusalem.
There's a broad consensus that peace between the Israelis and Palestinians depends on a two-state solution. So why doesn't it happen?
Surely there are ten or 12 people a day who would sign up for a Jerusalem tour designed to deepen their questions instead of answering them.