Ann Coulter’s recent slur against John Edwards causes Rabbi Barr to reflect on a childhood lesson.
The Scrotum controversy continues, not only among children’s librarians, but now on iTunes. Rabbi Barr gives voice his surprise.
Rabbi Barr looks at the current controversy surrounding Susan Patron’s book The Higher Power of Lucky.
Coach Tony Dungy’s comments following this year’s SuperBowl reminded Rabbi Barr of a phone call he received many years ago.
With February 14th rapidly approaching, Rabbi Barr felt compelled to answer the question that plagues many Jewish parents at this time of year – Is it ok for my children to celebrate Valentine’s Day?
The myth of Adam and Eve created the image that women are subordinate to men. Rabbi Barr comments on this, while discussing why one young woman decided not to become a rabbi.
Robert Barr reflects on the reaction of some to the election of Keith Ellison, a Muslim, to the House of Representatives.
Rabbi Barr comments on one of contemporary Judaism silliest dilemmas – Should Jewish Community Centers around the country be open on Shabbat Morning?
Rabbi Barr comments on the recent election of Susan Haverkos, a supporter of intelligent design, to the Ohio State School Board.