Professional Development Resources Tag: Tradition (journal)

Teaching About Israel

This article originally appeared in Tradition Volume 19 #3 Fall 1981 . Reprinted here with permission. Teaching about Israel today is not merely teaching... Read more

Among Strangers

This article originally appeared in Tradition 28, 1994. Reprinted here with permission. To the Editor: The Editor’s Notebook has used everyday observations to draw... Read more

The Law and the Land: Why Biblical Israel has Artificial Territorial Boundaries

This article originally appeared in Tradition, 28,2, 1994. Appears here with permission. I. Israel’s Territorial Boundaries Anyone acquainted with the first mishna in the... Read more

Judaism and Darwinian Evolution

This article originally appeared in Tradition, vol. 29, 1, 1994. Appears here with permission. INTRODUCTION The question of science versus religion, a subsection of... Read more

And Moses Struck the Rock: Numbers 20 and the Leadership of Moses

  Published in Tradition 27:3, 1993 The failure of Moses to lead the Jewish people into the promised land constitutes a central tragedy of... Read more

Halakhah as a Ground for Creating a Shared Spiritual Language

This article originally appeared in Tradition 16:1, 1976.   Zionism in the twentieth century has created a framework for Jewish political activism. It expresses... Read more

Wisdom and Knowledge of God in Biblical and Talmudic Thought

This article originally appeared in Tradition v.12 #2 Fall, 1971 The ideal of Imitatio Dei occupies a central place in the religious and ethical... Read more