Rabbi Louis Jacobs
Rabbi Dr. Louis Jacobs (1920-2006) was a Masorti rabbi, the first leader of Masorti Judaism (also known as Conservative Judaism) in the United Kingdom, and a leading writer and thinker on Judaism.
Articles by Rabbi Louis Jacobs
The Great Assembly (Anshe Kenesset)
A body of spiritual leaders of Judaism dating from the time of Moses.
Mixed Dancing in Judaism
Jewish men and women didn't always dance together. Some of them still don't.
Do Jews Believe in Demons?
Though the idea of demons raises concerns about divine providence, belief in demons developed among some Jews throughout history.
Talmudic rabbis believed in astrology, but they thought the Jews were miraculously immune from the stars' influence.
Judaism, Dreams & Dream Interpretation
Good dreams, bad dreams--do they mean anything?