by Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofky

David The Father

The Bible’s most vivid character is King David, whom it is easy to see as the paradigm of masculinity. We think of him as a ferocious fighter, a sweet musician, a loyal friend — and mighty popular with the ladies.

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Why Feminism is a Model for Jewish Men Now

The articles in this special section:


by Melanie Weiss

Gender After Feminism

by Rabbi Steve Greenberg

Bottoming for God

by Jay Michaelson

David The Father

by Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofky