Devorah Goldman, a contributing editor of American Purpose, is the Tikvah Visiting Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Previously, she was an editor at National Affairs and a legislative staffer in the Senate. Her writing has appeared in National Affairs, The Weekly Standard, The New Atlantis, Bloomberg BNA, the Washington Times, and other outlets.
Articles and Events
The recently restored 1975 film Hester Street offers a refreshing take on the clash of religion’s dictates with modern life.
Secularized medicine imperils the human ends of the healing arts, warns Charles Camosy in Losing Our Dignity.
June 8, 2021: Robert Asahina and Devorah Goldman on "Norton and the Roth Biography, Sorting Truth from Narrative"
Join us on June 8, 2021 for a conversation with Robert Asahina and Devorah Goldman on "Norton and the Roth Biography, Sorting Truth from Narrative." Robert Asahina [https://www.americanpurpose.com/authors/robert-asahina/], an editorial board member of American Purpose, has been editor-in-chief of Broadway Books (a Random
A former chief rabbi of England has written a book on restoring the common good in divided times. Curiously, he appeals little to religious conviction.