The Talmud’s Yom Kippur, With Sacrifice and Blood, Is Nothing Like Jewish Ritual Today

The rabbinic tradition arose from the fact that the Bible doesn’t tell us what we need to know to lead our lives

A New Kind of Mikveh In New York City

Revitalizing the mikveh experience for a new generation of Jews

My Abortion, My Miscarriage, and My Right To Have My Own Feelings

Women are entitled to a wide range of emotions about their bodies and fertility. But under Jewish law, the rules are clear.

Ritual du Jour

Vanessa Ochs studies “bark mitzvahs” and other modern inventions

Waterworld

Praying for Rain

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