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Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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Saturday, April 9, 2016
Delayed Dialogue Discourses Distributed - Dialogue For Torah Issues and Ideas - Volume 6 Winter 5776/2016
It's been 2 long years since the last issue of Dialogue.
Well, the wait was well worth it.
Rav Aharon Feldman is back with Judaism - The Ultimate Counterculture.
I. The Rabbinate Today
A Framework for Rabbinic Leadership - Rabbi Warren Goldstein
The American Orthodox Rabbinate: Past, Present and Future by Rabbi Yaakov Feitman
Boondocks or Boon? A perspective on Small-Town Rabbonus - Rabbi Yisroel Miller
Learning From Each Other: An experience with Diversity - Rabbi Menachem Zupnick
II. Jewish Thought
Avrohom Avinu and the Akeyda - Rabbi Aharon Feldman
Eliyahu haNavi - Rabbi Osher Chaim Levene
III. Jewish Practice and Belief
Letter of the Law vs. Spirit of the Law - Rabbi Aharon Lopiansky
The Shofet of That Age: Dynamics of Halachic Authority - Rabbi Ze'ev Kraines
Use of Tzedakah Funds for Health Care - Rabbi Shimon Silver
The Beys Din System of Today - Rabbi Ari Marburger
- Addendum by Rabbi Shlomo Miller
IV. Jewish History
Moral Resistance in the Concentration Camps - David Adler
V. Book Review
Review Article: Torah, Chazal and Science - Rabbi Yaakov Menken
VI. Comments and Rejoinders
The Birth of a Schismatic Movement - Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer
Letters to the Editor
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Friday, March 4, 2016
There was a time in recent memory when the Frum publications published pictures of women. The Artscroll biographies included many such pictures.
Recently, however, there has been a push to disallow pictures of women and girls, to the extent that publications blot out the faces of little
girls in their Purim costume advertisements.
Now I have no issue if a publication wants to cater to its readership. If you don't want to print pictures of women, that is fine. But then why print a picture of Rebbitzen Pam?
And finally, it is geneivas daas in my opinion to print pictures that are altered to make people think that there were no women in the picture.
Of course in this case it is entirely possible that the women were asked to step aside during a male only picture.