Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Elul 22, 5774
By:
Rafael Medoff, JNS.org
Superman’s Jewish creators found themselves broke, nearly homeless and desperately in need a hero of their own. It’s a story, like all Superman stories, with a happy ending.
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By:
Mark A. Levin
Michael Levin's father hopes to make sure that every Lone Soldier in Israel — what Michael was — is never lonely.
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By:
Rick Perloff
I feel a little unsettled as we approach this Father’s Day. My father, Robert Perloff, died in April at the age of 92.
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By:
Andrea Cantor
A day school graduate reflects on her realization that Judaism won't be ever-present as she leaves her "Jewish bubble" for a small liberal arts college.
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By:
Rabbi Geri Newburge
In the debate over whether the Reform movement's seminary should change its policy to admit students in an interfaith relationship, one rabbi argues that it could work.
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