In Yehiel Poupko’s poems, Jewish belief in God groans under the burden of divine silence.
Life of Faith
Be like water: clear, humble, persistent, and restorative.
But sometimes it also requires clever tactics.
“For me, the most important thing in the entire world is connecting people with their sense of what is holy. It’s really important to me that people find their own personal connection. I’m a mystic who wants to teach people how to be mystics, how to engage that relationship with the Holy Other.”
The infiltration of online parenting spaces began as a slow burn. During the pandemic, it’s picked up speed.
Poet and liturgist Marcia Falk attempts to correct the gender bias of the traditional Passover Haggadah.
We don’t need to debate the possibility of a reanimated corpse. We need to reimagine our whole understanding of the material world.
“Our whole life is really about desire.”
In my 15 years as a pastor, I’ve seen a lot of watery eyes at the table.
Robert Zaretsky offers a vivid picture of how truth telling made Weil’s life complicated.
We gave our readers a one-word writing prompt: “Scrap.”
They put us in touch with essential things that we know to be dear or wrong.
My brother’s work paved the way for many LGBTQ Christians.
“You have to be willing to accept that if you call on this saint for help and guidance, he or she may call on you for challenges as well.”
The apostle Paul’s overlooked supporting cast