(RNS) The furor is, at root, an unwinnable war over “personhood,” the legality of abortion and the ethics of finding cures for life in the death of a fetus.
Articles tagged “Jewish”
(RNS) Director Asif Kapadia’s new film captures the British sensation’s short, explosive career before she died of alcohol poisoning four years ago Thursday. But what about her Jewish religious heritage?
(RNS) Most of the immediate reaction to the nuclear deal between the U.S. and Iran came from Jewish groups, with its largest religious stream — the Reform movement — taking an open-minded approach.
(RNS) People say these events strengthen their faith — and folks with no religion like them, too, a new study finds.
(RNS) Meet Sen. Bernie Sanders, the only Jewish candidate for president, and perhaps the least religious person in the race.
(RNS) “Indie synagogues,” known for their exuberant prayer, willingness to experiment and welcoming attitudes, share another similarity: Women lead most of them.
Frazier Glenn Cross Jr., 74, faces murder charges. None of his victims in the Overland Park, Kansas, killings were Jewish.
The restoration of the first temple to open in Turkey in two generations comes at a time of fear and tension for a dwindling number of Jews there.