What the “Writing on the Wall” in the Book of Daniel Really Means
The phrase shows up in popular culture as synonymous with fatalistic warning, but it has a much deeper meaning for Jews.
Acting with Heart
Contrary to what many of us have been taught, Judaism cares about more than deeds.
The Jewish Spiritual Path to Character Development
We humans come factory-equipped with latent godly qualities and the capacity to actualize them through our words and actions.
What Is “Ethical” Kashrut?
Bringing animal treatment, workers' conditions, and environmental issues to a kosher table.
Ethical Treatment of Animals in Judaism
The concept of Tza'ar Ba'alei Chayim demands that we take animal suffering seriously.
Jewish Employee-Employer Relations
How Jewish law seeks to create a balanced relationship between bosses and workers.
Jewish Business Ethics 101
Biblical and rabbinic sources emphasize regulation to prevent the weak from being exploited by the strong.
Jewish Ethical Behavior
The involvement of God in moral issues gives Jewish ethical thinking a passion and urgency.