Category: Autumn 2008

The Temple That Won’t Quit

The ancient Jewish temple in Jerusalem has been recreated yet again at the Holy Land Experience in Orlando, Florida, but with a mixture of Jewish and Christian symbolism that many critics find problematic. By Joan R. Branham

Beyond Vengeance

Human rights are best fulfilled by building legal infrastructure. By Karen Tse

Taking Stock

Without the daily flux of professors and students around us, the content of the magazine tends to stand out in special relief—to live or die on its own—as an embodiment of our mission. By Will Joyner

An American Jew in Poland

“Going back” to Poland as part of a dialogue group brings a rabbinical student face to face with the riddles, tragedies, and ghosts of history. By Jordie Gerson