'Religion Is Not Just One Choice Among Many'
The Weekly Standard http://assets.weeklystandard.com.s3.amazonaws.com/tws15/images/logo-large.pngThe Weekly Standard 2013 Washington, DC Politics 2013-07-08 http://www.weeklystandard.com/religion-is-not-just-one-choice-among-many/article/738755 2013-07-08T07:52 2013-07-08T07:55 'Religion Is Not Just One Choice Among Many' Yuval Levin, writing for Mosaic: Moshe Koppel has written a brilliant critique of Israel’s approach to the relationship between religious communities and the government, and in the process has offered a profound meditation on the meaning of community in modern life. In a concise and learned way, he has opened up a crucial question to which many Israelis assume the wrong answer is the only answer. At the same time, he has shown an admirable appreciation for the limits of the Israeli polity. In short, he has accomplished the rare feat of writing an essay that is simultaneously practical and deep, ambitious and modest. Daniel Halper, Ideas, Jewish, Religion http://cdn.weeklystandard.biz/cache/280x280-.jpg