Wednesday, September 3, 2014 Elul 8, 5774
By:
Elie Kaunfer
I want to challenge one of the mainstay assumptions of organized Jewish life: Jewish continuity is the end goal, and everything is in service to that.
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By:
Simcha Weinstein
I may be a rabbi who lives and works in the heart of New York City -- in fact, I was just voted one of Gotham's "hippest" -- but believe it or not, I occasionally catch a glimpse of an endangered species.
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By:
Sharone Weizman
Creating a successful religious school program in a contemporary culture dominated by secular youth activities demands an experiential approach to Jewish learning. The beauty of an experiential program in a progressive school setting is that it is student-centered, allowing educators to focus on bringing a child's experiences to life through fun and interactive educational lessons. Moreover, the experiential approach can...
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By:
Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz
I am often asked, especially by non-believers, whether religious practice can actually make us better human beings.
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By:
Josh Pasek and Jeff Pasek
Jews historically have had the highest voter participation rate of any demographic group in America. Although roughly 2 percent of the population, Jews make up almost 4 percent of all voters. That could change in the coming year, and it's not because Jews have lost interest in the political process.
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