Amos Oz feared that fanaticism was rising in Israel as well as in the West.
As we hiked the Abraham Path, I realized that every step was inescapably political.
Jewish history tells me to be both compassionate and alert. When it comes to the Palestinian conflict, I don't know how to do both at once.
The stories we tell can do real damage. Or they can heal.
There have been many Zionisms over the years. Only one has imagined an eventual end of Judaism.
Two Israelis, a lawyer and a rabbi, on the complicated relationship between religion and national identity
The history of Palestinian Christian interpretation of the Old Testament reminds us of the nuanced, fragile nature of life in that region.