Professional Development Resources Tag: Tradition (journal)

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

The Human and Social Factor in Halakha

Originally published in Tradition 36 (2002) pp. 89-114. Appears here with permission. Any comprehensive overview of the concern for the human and social factor... Read more

The Conflict of Halakhah and Prayer

This article originally appeared in Tradition, vol. 25, 1, 1989, pp. 17-30. Appears here with permission. Although the subject to which this paper is... Read more

Rabbi Mordechai Breuer and Modern Orthodox Biblical Commentary- Study of Tanakh

This article originally appeared in Tradition, vol. 33, 3, 1999, pp. 6 ff. Appears here with permission. Although Tanakh is the word of God,... Read more