Law and Religion: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Click for the article with Chicago style footnote citations: Law and Religion_ To Sides Of The Same Coin Law and Religion: To Sides Of The Same Coin Introduction  Donald Davis’ The Spirit of Hindu Law challenges readers to push back on the parochial notions of ‘law’ being a set of rules enforced by the state and … Continue reading Law and Religion: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Comparing Jewish Legal Philosophies with Modern American Law (Sinai Scholars Academic Symposium National Finalists Paper)

This paper was written for the Sinai Scholars Symposium, where I -- along with nine other national finalists -- was invited to present to a panel of academics at the annual Sinai Scholars Symposium on April 15, 2018. The paper was also published in the annual Sinai Scholars Academic Journal. To read the paper, click … Continue reading Comparing Jewish Legal Philosophies with Modern American Law (Sinai Scholars Academic Symposium National Finalists Paper)

What the United States can learn from Israel, security wise

Israel is a progressive and advanced country. The technology modern, the food exquisite and the views heavenly. But the 68-year-old country is third world in many regards as well. The driving is savage and feral, the culture is self-centered, and the many laws are loosely enforced. When I walk down the street, I see Jews … Continue reading What the United States can learn from Israel, security wise

Historical Precedence Regarding Rights for Homosexuals?

By: Shauli Bar-On Written: August 2, 2015 When we as Americans first decided to break away from British ruling, the Declaration of Independence was signed on the infamous date: July 4, 1776. The most famous line in the document states: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they … Continue reading Historical Precedence Regarding Rights for Homosexuals?