As the abortion debate heats up, Christian groups in New York—on both sides—stake out positions beyond angry rhetoric and stereotypes
The coming Supreme Court decision will extend the culture wars long enough to keep real economic reforms off the table forever
Why one ultra-Orthodox woman chose to have an abortion—and how she felt about her decision
The first Jewish sacred space to commemorate miscarriages, abortions, and stillbirths
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi,’ Talmudic rabbis debate if a miscarriage causes religious impurity and discuss what to do when a woman discharges a fetus that resembles a fish
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi,’ Talmudic sages make ‘valuations’ and ‘assessments’ of living people, in ancient actuarial tables with premiums paid at the Temple
A British judge is forcing a disabled woman to have an abortion. As the son of a disabled woman, I can tell you: The decision is evil.
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ Talmud study, the biblical redemption of a woman’s eldest opens logical byways into cesarean sections, stillbirths, and when Jewish life begins
This week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ Talmud study happens to pit contemporary abortion law against Jewish views of conception and viability in all animals
Don’t desecrate the memory of female survivors while taking away women’s right to choose
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi,’ Talmudic rabbis imagine a situation involving a weasel, a cow’s womb, a fetus, vomit, and a firstborn calf. Naturally.
The social media service seems to have selective standards of free speech, which undermine its stated rationale for letting vicious bigots continue to roam free on its platform
Fresh off clarifying his statements about abortion, Trump’s big top campaign continues to devolve into the cesspool of political theater
A new line of greeting cards, which address loss and sorrow with humor and honesty, may help you express what you don’t quite have the words to say
A recent New York Times op-ed claims the Jewish state restricts abortion more than most Western countries. It doesn’t.
I tried to get pregnant for months. But when my fertility treatments worked too well, I faced an unexpected moral quandary.
Women are entitled to a wide range of emotions about their bodies and fertility. But under Jewish law, the rules are clear.
‘Not being able to process it religiously makes it a very hard experience. We thought it’s important to give it a voice.’