In the path of Rabbi Shimshon Rafael HirschRabbiShimshon R. Hirsch, known as the founder of Modern Orthodoxy in Germany, was clearly against changes in defining Jewish and universal morality.
Promoting the PLOSelf-hatred in the timing, the writer and the content of a poem posted on the 9th of Av. And that's not all.
Reform and the limits of acceptanceThere is a basic problem with the Reform Movement's outlook on Judaism. Rabbi Amital zt"l, of Har Etzion Hesder Yeshiva, considered a moderate, explains. And he refers specifically to LGBT issues.
Take Rabbi Lichtenstein's legacy at full depthNot every rabbi is one of the Gedolei Yisrael. Rabbi Lichtenstein, who expressed this and articulated his belief in da'at Torah, was one himself. Read the essence of his teachings here.
Rav Hirsh (1808-88) Wrote on Israel TodayA Torah scholar's truths can be applied and give guidance decades after he is no longer with us. The Frankfurt-based Rabbi, founder of the "Torah im Derech Eretz" movement, is an example.