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Our daughter, who is about 3 months old and mostly cheeks, is named Nusayba ("appropriate" or "fitting"). She is named after
Historically, some of the first Muslim women to cover their hair were the wives of the Prophet Muhammad. As exemplars in
By Rabbi Dr. Michael Shire It was only a few months ago that we saw graphic and horrific images of refugee children dying
Shabbat can function as a break from the unbearably real. We spend our week not only consumed by our personal struggles, large
I run from confrontation.  The very thought of disagreeing with someone makes me breathless.  Yet, as a rabbi, I have to
By Rabbi Becky Silverstein I once owned a refrigerator magnet that read, “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the
Josh - This month's "Can We Talk?" features an exchange between Rabbi Joshua Stanton and Eboo Patel responding to the following
Like many of us, I found out about the Orlando massacre on Shavuot. It was a terrifying and terrible moment. Once again, our
There should be a name for the particular sense of pride, the utter self-righteousness, that arises when we modern readers
I want to articulate an expansive notion of "religious leadership" beyond the sphere of ritual or congregational life. Professional