About Benjamin Kerstein
Someone in Europe appears to have finally understood the most pernicious aspect of 21st century antisemitism — the congenital inability of most of its practitioners to understand the fact of their antisemitism. From Haaretz: Robin Shepherd is not the first … Read More
Regarding Leo Strauss, there is something particularly bizarre in the fact that the discussion always turns to politics. Not Politics in the Aristotelean sense, but everyday politics; the transient concerns and resentments of the current moment. Strauss, who thought in … Read More
The New Republic has an interesting profile of an evangelical priest who converted to Orthodox Christianity because of his disatisfaction with the frivolousness of evangelical ritual. I couldn't help but notice a certain synchronicity at work.
The Reform movement has once again made an attempt at the impossible: to find some way of normalizing homosexual relationships within the context of Judaism. The Reform Movement recently published an expanded manual for the inclusion of homosexuals and transgender … Read More
Bill Kristol (anti-neocon psychopathic raving may begin now) has written an interesting article in Time in which he claims that a new "9/11 generation" is taking shape, particularly among the soldiers currently fighting in Iraq. He claims that this will … Read More