Hillel GoldbergSep 29, 2022
It is a paradox. Yom Kippur says: G-d does not forgive the wrongs committed against people unless, first, the wrongdoer seeks the forgiveness of the victim.
Hillel GoldbergSep 22, 2022
If losing weight were as pervasive as the thinning of our language, the obesity epidemic would vanish in a night.
Hillel GoldbergSep 15, 2022
I am not opposed to the British monarchy. I am not in favor of it. I, like many Americans, simply don’t understand its attraction.
Hillel GoldbergSep 08, 2022
Of course I don’t know how the Holocaust happened. No one will ever fully understand mass, mechanized murder, still less in the most cultured society in Europe. But I...
Hillel GoldbergSep 01, 2022
What a joy to be back these past few weeks — to greet old faces and to see or listen to new venues or voices.
Hillel GoldbergJul 28, 2022
We know that there was an Arab pogrom in Hebron, Palestine in 1929. We know that 67 Jews were axed and otherwise done to death in cold blood — more accurately, that...
Hillel GoldbergJul 21, 2022
Split|screen. Saudi Arabia has a terrible human rights record, and is called out for it. President Biden is right to do so, even as he valiantly tries to balance his...
Hillel GoldbergJul 14, 2022
In case you want to get someone’s attention, try this: “Let me tell you about my time in the Colorado State Penitentiary in Canon City.” Works every time, I can...
Hillel GoldbergJul 07, 2022
As the nation bifurcates into unprecedented anger or rejoicing over two opposite philosophical positions on abortion, I, as an Orthodox Jew, can only look on in sadness.
Hillel GoldbergJun 30, 2022
What are we to make of the supernatural events in this week’s Torah portion, the story of Korach and his fellow rebels against G-d and Moses.
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