Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775

By:
Rabbi Gregory S. Marx
As long as we have an American Jewish community, we will have a need for vibrant, creative, engaging and welcoming centers of Jewish life.
Comment0
That we are inheritors of dual legacies of freedom and slavery makes this Independence Day weekend a good time to consider issues relating to the Confederate battle flag.
Comment0
By:
Robert Evans
It is no secret that American Jewry could stand for some good news. During the past decade, our communities have been confronted with a string of unremitting challenges for Jewish organizations — from reports of declining affiliation rates to fundraising difficulties to scandals involving reputable institutions. Well, here is some good news: 2014 was a banner year for American philanthropy,...
Comment0
By:
Rabbi Arthur Waskow
This past February, religiously rooted climate activists began to hear from our contacts at the Vatican that Pope Francis was preparing an encyclical — a major statement of the Church’s teaching — about the climate crisis. Seven well-known rabbis — three of them from Philadelphia, and one a long-time former resident here — decided it would be valuable to create...
Comment0
By:
John Fry
The Drexel president makes his case for honoring Noam Chomsky.
Comment2
Page

Advertisement