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Tzvi Kilov


The Bar Mitzvah Lesson: A Tragedy

By On August 24, 2017

Hope and despair, twice a week.… Read More


A Pox On Both Your Googleplexes

By On August 10, 2017

Both sides are wrong, because neither sees the whole human.… Read More


Wisdom, By Accident

By On July 27, 2017

Never until adulthood did I once consider it was my perspective that needed rescuing.… Read More


Why They Lie To You In BT Yeshiva

By On July 13, 2017

Simple Truth is not simply attained.… Read More


For the Messiah, or Whomever

By On June 29, 2017

A poem for the end.… Read More

Long Read


By On June 15, 2017

He was, in fact, something much more than a serial killer. Something worse.… Read More


On “Inasmuch”

By On May 18, 2017

By abandoning the word "inasmuch" we have lost the ability to separate people from their ideas and choices...denying them the opportunity to change.… Read More


Slouching Towards Moshiach

By On May 4, 2017

We will be so bored when Moshiach comes.… Read More


Is Jewish Religious Tolerance Condescending?

By On April 20, 2017

How can we espouse Judaism but respect other faiths?… Read More


I Remember Jerusalem

By On April 6, 2017

A small handful of memories.… Read More

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