The Jewish Review
by Adam Katz

by Adam Katz

by Pinchas Nuchims

by Pinchas Nuchims



Essays, Reviews & Fiction
Torah Judaism and the Clio Myth
By Professor Joseph Udelson

Agnon's Etrog: Transmuting Literature from Folklore
By Esther Azulay and Shira Leibowitz

An Unknown Yearning
By Tom Atwood

Risks and Faith
By Carmela Ingwer

Love and Hate: A Torah Perspective
By Rabbi Yochanan Zweig and Joseph Rackman

Judaism and Christianity
By Professor Joseph Fulda

Book Review -- After Tragedy and Triumph by Michael Berenbaum
Reviewed by Neil Gillman

Covenant & Commitment: Two Perspectives on Bris Milah
By Robin Hirsch and Rabbi Paysach Krohn

Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors: A Jewish Response
By Sanford Drob

Nusach, or How to Tell A Prayer by Its Tune
By Orrin Tilevitz

Jews and Gentiles: Two Stories
Rabbi Basil Herring

Eyin Hara - Fact or Fiction
Nechamah Reisel

Is Literature Kosher?
Professor Manfred Weidhorn

The Talmud on Trial
Samuel N. Hoenig

The Song of Songs, Abulafia and the Alter Rebbe
Rabbi Bezalel Naor

Jewish Psychotherapist
Prayer and Psychotherapy
Jewish prayer, if it is seen in all of its varied dimensions, is a wonderful opportunity for enriching an individual's psyche and soul.... full article
Dr. Sanford Drob (Vol. 1 No. 1)

The Therapy of Silence
The Talmud teaches that gossip like a three pronged tongue which kills three people: the person who says it, the person who listens to it, and the person about whom it is said.... full article
Dr. Sanford Drob (Vol. 1 No. 2)

Exile and Redemption: Archetypes of the Jewish Soul
In the haggadah and elsewhere throughout Jewish sacred literature Passover is referred to as "Z'man Charutainu," the season of our freedom.... full article
Dr. Sanford Drob (Vol. 1 No. 3)

On Superstars, Yuppies, Family Men and Chasids
A friend of mine, a Baal Teshuva of many years who has embraced the chasidic way of life, recently remarked half jokingly that he aspired to be a Chuppie, a word that is an amalgam of the terms chasid and Yuppie and which expressed his desire to be both spiritually elevated and financially and materially secure.... full article
Dr. Sanford Drob (Vol. 1 No. 4)

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