Author: Yitzchok Adlerstein


New Old Torah

Chazal instruct us to approach Torah each day with the wonder and excitement of something new and fresh. This is both good advice and a tall order; familiarity and the sense of routine that...


Rare Opportunity to Study the Kuzari

From the feedback we’ve been getting, the current edition of Klal Perspectives dealing with connectedness has touched many people. Besides the runaway success of Rabbi Moshe Weinberger’s contribution, two other factors have been played...


Is Beinart Wrong?

By the time you read this, the Great Debate may already have taken place. No matter. The issues will be around long after the hall at the Kraft Center at Columbia empties on Wednesday...


Yom HaShoah at Ft. Hood (Part One)

No one really had to be there. Attendance at the Ft. Hood Holocaust Remembrance Days ceremony was voluntary; I psyched myself up to present to a small crowd of soldiers. The important thing, I...


Laugh or Cry?

What’s wrong with this picture? Plenty. And not what some people think. JTA ran an article about a couple that moved from the States, and found their niche of service. They provide Shabbos hospitality...

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