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Jul 21, 2023
Feminism & Jewish Theology: A Case Study
To be a Jewish feminist is to live on the border between a commitment to text and tradition and a constant critique of the status quo – in Judaism and society as a whole.
Jul 6, 2022
Zionism and Covenantal Theology (RTS)
Shiur from Rabbinic Torah Seminar (RTS) 2022 in Jerusalem
Jun 30, 2022
Covenantal Zionism: Religious Perspectives
Mar 10, 2022
Noah Feldman: Striving for Truth
Zohar Atkin discusses theology, pluralism, Maimonides, "bad Jews," and the importance of striving with Noah Feldman.
Mar 9, 2022
Reading Psalms as the Water Rises
Feb 18, 2021
The Bible With and Without Jesus
Although Jews and Christians share common books—the Jewish Tanakh and the Christian Old Testament—we read our shared stories in different ways.
Torah in a Time of Plague
Feb 5, 2021
Living Inside the Paradox
The Mobius Strip of Truth and Relationships
What if we all took the time to figure out what is true, instead of letting ourselves get caught up in the opinions of those we care about?
Sep 23, 2020
No. 26: Truth and Atonement
Sep 14, 2020
No. 25: The Loneliness of Jewish Theology
Jun 30, 2020
The World Pursues its Natural Course
Two-part course with Lauren Berkun exploring David Hartman’s theology of divine limitation and human responsibility
Apr 21, 2020
Redeeming God: Faith after the Shoah (Untimely Meditations)
The Shoah had a great impact upon Jewish identity, but not on religious life.
Apr 13, 2020
A poem by Zohar Atkins
Invention of Jewish Theocracy
Piety and Rebellion
Hermann Cohen and the Crisis of Liberalism
An Ethical and Theological Appropriation of Heidegger’s Critique of Modernity
The Privileged Divine Feminine in Kabbalah
Living with Other