Satire

Raindrops on Flowers

A precursor of things to come...

No Bad Questions

The kiruv world prides itself in its open-mindedness. "Ask us...

The Tree of Undisclosed Fruit

In the beginning, God created throat cancer and eye parasites and rivers for...

Hashgacha Pratis

If you believe in God from a philosophical point of view, you shouldn’t...

Kiruv Oxymorons for the Ages

It took me a long time to realize this, but the kiruv system...

Aish Hatorah, Saviors of Souls

If one man can kill six million Jews, then one man can save...

Book Covers

“There are no atheists in a foxhole,” Noah Weinberg used to love to say, swiftly eradicating all actual atheists who undoubtedly have existed in foxholes. That statement further disregards all the individuals who became atheists in foxholes, like the blaspheming Rabbi in Elie Wiesel’s Night.
This being a satire website, I couldn't resist satirizing my own book cover, creating a limited edition version of it. I can never see the words Die at the beginning of a sentence and not think of German. Get your holocausty mind out of...
This one is a kiruv special, not aimed at Judaism as a whole. "Did you know the Matrix is a metaphor?That Groundhogs Day teaches us a valuable lesson?That the lead singer for Maroon 5 is Jewish? (and hawt, mmm!)What Gossip Girl can teach you...

Biography

Quotes and Memes

Philosphy

The 5 Spiritual Love Languages

Judaism teaches that our interpersonal relationships are just a key to relating to God, especially...

Maybe You’re Extra Delusional

I was recently called arrogant by a Shabbos guest. I didn’t object,...

Fiction

Teabagging

There is a tradition, at the Eisenkopp Yeshiva for Fine Young Men, that when you make yourself tea, you fling the used...

Kiruv

As all this darkness and such was unfolding I found myself in a top rabbinical academy, studying to get Smicha and become a Kiruv rabbi myself. I had dreamt of this for years. This was the purpose of it all – to apply all those years of knowledge for the sake of “saving the...
One of my biggest struggles, even when I was still religious, was with the realization that as a person I had grown way more from therapy and self-help books than from any amount of “Torah wisdom”. This was unacceptable to me. I didn’t want it to be this way. Torah was wisdom for living,...