By Gil Mann
Reprinted professional advice about the lack of historical proof of the Exodus story, and the religous implications of not knowing whether Jews were ever slaves in Egypt.
By Ben Harris
News article about the death of Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, a Catholic official who was instrumental in Jewish-Catholic interreligious dialogue but who also was a convert from Judaism.
By Sue Fishkoff
Profile of Adam Bronfman, an intermarried Jewish philanthropist who focuses his efforts on outreach to interfaith families.
By Magnus Bennett
Reprinted news article about a hugely successful outreach effort in Prague, when thousands of people attended a Hanukkah event at a time when the Jewish community is just starting to accept alternatives to Orthodoxy.
By Zeev Chafets
Reprinted editorial column accusing Joe Lieberman of religious fundamentalism, including harsh criticism of the Liebermans’ connection to Shaare Zedek, a hospital whose fertility clinic "discriminates against mixed couples".
By Rabbi Samuel N. Gordon
Review of Mel Gibsonís Passion of the Christ, which seeks to depict the story of Jesus as told by the Gospels.
By Binyamin H. Jolkovsky
Reprinted news article about Senator Joe Lieberman’s declaration that intermarriage is OK, and the shocked and dismayed responses of Orthodox and Conservative movement leaders.
By Naomi Pfefferman
Profile of Lisa Loeb, a folk rock musician made famous in the 1990’s by her hit single "Stay" and who grew up Jewish in a largely non-Jewish environment.
By Tom Tugend
Review of Divine Intervention, about three Israelis bound by love but separated by borders and checkpoints.
By Uriel Heilman
Interview with Cameron Kerry, presidential hopeful John Kerry’s brother, during a series of meetings with Jewish constituents in New York City about everything from Kerry’s politics to his favorite Jewish foods.