Chaim Potok was a talented polymath. But plays, too—who knew?
The forbidden fruit has been said to be anything from a fig to a banana, so how did the world settle on an apple?
In his latest book, John Gray, himself a nonbeliever, takes atheists to task for trying to convince themselves that the world is organized according to an intelligible principle—a proposition he believes they inherited from monotheism.
Many of the heroes of the Soviet Jewry movement have been unsung, until now.