Professional Development Resources Tag: Tradition (journal)

On Kohanim and Uncommon Aliyyot

This article discusses interesting and rare Aliyyot, particularly in reference to the status of Kohanim. To read the article, click here. Read more

A Note on the Flood Story in the Language of Man

In his comprehensive assessment of “bold concordism”—the claim that today’s science is found in the opening chapter of Genesis— David Shatz discusses the notion... Read more

Peshat and Derash: A New Intuitive and Analyitc Approach

This article explores contradictions and tensions between Peshat and Derash. To read the article, click here. Read more

The Status of Women in Halakhic Judaism

THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN HALAKHIC JUDAISM By: Saul J. Berman This article originally appeared in Tradition, Volume 14:2 1973   INTRODUCTION The strident... Read more

Between Love and Rebuke

BETWEEN LOVE AND REBUKE By  Shear Yashuv Cohen, Chief Rabbi of Haifa and president of Ariel Institute, Jerusalem. This article originally appeared in Tradition... Read more

“Ger ve-Toshav Anokhi”: Modernity and Traditionalism in the Life and Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik

This article originally appeared in Tradition 29:1, 1994 I Even during the lifetime of Rabbi Soloveitchik, a debate arose amongst his interpreters and closest disciples as... Read more

Conversion in Jewish Law

This article originally appeared in Tradition 14:2, 1974 INTRODUCTION Attitudes towards conversion is one of the most crucial issues confronting Judaism today. The Jewish community... Read more

Towards a Definition of Humility

This article originally appeared in TRADITION, Volume 13, 1973 Judaism requires humility on both religious and human grounds. It is a necessary ingredient in the... Read more

And Sarah Laughed…

  This article originally appeared in Tradition, Volume 31, Spring, 1997. Appears here with permission.   One of the more enigmatic passages in the... Read more

The Talmudic Meaning of Peshat

The Talmudic Meaning of Peshat By: Louis Rabinowitz This article originally appeared in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Thought, 6:1, 1963. Reprinted here with... Read more
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