Articles By Jonathan Sacks
 
September 2017
‘The West had three master narratives: Westernisation, secularisation and
accommodation. But today each one of them is breaking down’
 
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July/August 2016
A speech by Jonathan Sacks, upon receiving the Templeton Prize
 
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September 2011
Ten years after 9/11, our societies need to restore their self-belief. Only a covenant between citizens can recreate the bonds we need
 
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September 2009
The Chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks, tells Daniel Johnson why he now considers anti-Semitism a serious threat, but remains hopeful about the future of the Jews in Israel and the diaspora
 
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About Jonathan Sacks

Lord Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of Great Britain and the Commonwealth, was created a life peer in 2009. His book, The Great Partnership, was published by Hodder in 2011.

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