In Aharon Appelfeld's novel, a teenage Holocaust survivor sleeps, remembers, and learns to speak anew.
It’s rare to encounter a female protagonist in theological fiction.
A book of essays asks, is the Bible literature? How is a blessing like an oath? And what if Eve was just hungry?
Anyone with a complicated life and family—all of us—will find a home in Susan Silverman’s story.
Eight days of presents? Here are some of my literary picks.
Part history and part memoir, this volume gently immerses readers in Jewish traditions surrounding death.
Can "Abrahamic" replace "Judeo-Christian"? And without sacrificing the integrity of three different traditions?
Matt talks to the founder of Mishkan Chicago about Protestant vs. Jewish preaching, how to avoid a cult of personality, and what churches can learn from a Jewish faith community’s success.
Few secrets are as devastating as those that make us rethink our identity. Heidi Neumark discovered one when her daughter Googled their name.
By the third century, the gesture of giving became miniaturized.