Modern Orthodoxy and the Challenges to Its Establishment
August 16, 2009 | Prof. Marc Shapiro
American Modern Orthodoxy consists of at least two rather distinct types, an intellectual and a sociological one. Intellectual Modern Orthodoxy has an ideology of joining the best of Western civilization with a commitment to Jewish law and traditional Jewish values. Sociological Modern Orthodoxy numbers many more people and is mainly a lifestyle choice. It is a commitment to Jewish law combined with the better things in life.
Rivkah Duker Fishman on The Man of Vision: The Ultra-Orthodox Ideology of Rabbi Shach
October 1, 2006 | Rivkah Fishman-Duker