Professional Development Resources Tag: Tradition (journal)

Personal and Public Prayer

This article originally appeared in Tradition 10,4, 1969. Appears here with permission. Rabbinic prayer, it is often said, is paradigmatic of the halakhic enterprise.... Read more

Destiny, Freedom, and the Logic of Petition

This article originally appeared in Tradition, vol. 24, 2, 1989. Appears here with permission. “Though a sharp knife is poised at one’s neck, he... Read more

The Religious Significance of the Peshat

THE RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PESHAT* By: Uriel Simon Translated by: Edward L. Greenstein This article originally appeared in Tradition, vol. 23, 2, 1988,... Read more

A Critique of the American Jewish Day School

This article originally appeared in Tradition, 19,4, Winter 1981. Reprinted here with permission. Israel hardly seems to be the location from which to launch... Read more

Emotional Problems of Yeshiva Students

EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS OF YESHIVA STUDENTS By: Larry R. Berkower This article originally appeared in Tradition Volume 14#4, 1974. Reprinted here with permission. INTRODUCTION Any discussion... Read more

Teaching from Within, Teaching from Without: The Problem of Unshared Assumptions in the High School Gemara Class

This article originally appeared in Tradition Volume 19 #4, 1981. Reprinted here with permission. If being Mayor of New York is the second toughest... Read more

“Many Thoughts in the Heart of Man . . .”: Irony and Theology in the Book of Esther

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