[Note: I don’t necessarily agree with what’s said in the articles below. They are presented merely to challenge the mind – aiwac]
• Is Halacha Pluralistic? – An incisive analysis of the question of ‘elu va-elu’ that dissents from most popular perceptions on the subject (both left and right).
• Applying ‘Lifnei Iver’ for non-observant Jews – a radical and controversial argument that allowing or facilitating non-observant Jews committing averot (such as letting them drive to shul on Shabbat) does not constitute lifnei iver or being an accomplice to sin. The reason is that since they are not committed and do not hold by the principles of Orthodox Judaism (Binding Torah from Sinai, binding Oral Torah, a personal God &c), the concepts of reward and punishment (and Jewish-specific sin) do not apply to them. This sparked two rounds of discussion: Round One and Round Two.
• Another controversial article, arguing that the connecting hyphen of religious Zionism be dropped (i.e. one should be a religious Jew and a secular Zionist).
• A discussion of the logic of the 13 Midot through which the Torah is expounded.