Professional Development Resources Tag: Tradition (journal)

A Eulogy for the Rav

“A great prince in Israel has fallen today” – II Samuel 33:33 This article originally appeared in Tradition 28:1. Surely, such a prince and... Read more

A Tikkun: Rebekah and Eve

This article originally appeared in Tradition 27:1 ,1992. INTRODUCTION The Torah is an organic whole. Each section, each word and letter, is interconnected. When... Read more

Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik as Posek of Post-Modern Orthodoxy

This article originally appeared in Tradition Volume 29, 1994   In the circles of what is labelled “Modern Orthodoxy” or “Centrist Orthodoxy,” Rabbi Joseph... Read more

Halakhah as a Ground for Creating a Shared Spiritual Language- A Rejoinder

This article originally appeared in Tradition, Summer 1976.   This article refers to the article “Halakhah as a Ground for Creating a Shared Spiritual... Read more

Elu Va-Elu Divre Elokim Hayyim: Halakhic Pluralism and Theories of Controversy

ELU VA-ELU DIVRE ELOKIM HAYYIM: HALAKHIC PLURALISM AND THEORIES OF CONTROVERSY By: Michael Rosensweig This article originally appeared in TRADITION 26:3, 1992.   I.... Read more

The Implications of Feminine Imagery in the Bible

This article is based on an address given at the 1988 convention of the Rabbinical Council of America. The author acknowledges the work of... Read more

Faith and Doubt Reconsidered

This article originally appeared in Tradition 26:3 (1992).   I In his article, “Faith and Doubt,” originally published in Tradition more than twenty years... Read more