In the Jewish world, cantors are often regarded as second-class members of the clergy, if they are regarded as clergy at all.
The stories of abuse against women and power’s corruptive elements are at the core of the Bible’s most ancient tropes, originating in Genesis.
Just because I don’t share an ethnicity with most people who are considered white doesn’t mean that I don’t reap the rewards of being viewed as such.
In the biblical recounting, Potiphar’s wife was the evil seductress of the innocent Joseph. But is the story really that simple?
Is the Holocaust indeed the driving force of ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities such as mine?
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