Study Jewish Thought
When a person encounters another person in total immediacy, he or she may also experience a glimpse of God.
Sages & Scholars
This major 20th-century Jewish thinker saw vegetarianism as the biblical ideal to which humankind should work to return.
Balancing between the importance of Jewish behavior and the meaning that Jews find in those behaviors creates a productive tension that defines Jewish life.
How the balance of Keva (routine) and Kavanah (intention) inform Judaism and the thought of Abraham Joshua Heschel.
The sequence of the six orders follows the precedent of Scripture