Judaism and Christianity are inextricably bound up in one another. Even when their histories split apart, the dynamics they negotiate in modernity often echo the other’s internal dialogue and communal practice. The case of gender is no exception. In this episode, New York Times columnist David Brooks and attorney and Jewish thinker Yishai Schwartz compare and contrast the overlapping inheritances. Cited pieces include David’s “The Feminine Way to Wisdom” in the fall issue of Comment, and Yishai’s “Obligation and Inspiration,” also in Comment’s fall issue.
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