About Text & Texture
Welcome to Text & Texture, Tradition’s blog of Orthodox Jewish Thought that explores the texts that shape the texture of our lives.
Our contributors will analyze a wide range of sources and contemplate their meaning for contemporary Jewish thought and living. Reflecting the varied interests of our writers, the posts seek to provide fresh insights and thought provoking commentary to classic texts. Ranging from short musings to extended essays, the pieces will avoid homiletics and politics, while providing nuance and insight on contemporary issues. The blog will additionally spotlight books of interest and highlight current and past Tradition articles. To read about our contributors, please click here.
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