Saturday, May 28, 2016 Iyyar 20, 5776

No one who’s been paying attention to the state of American Jewry over the past two decades should be surprised by the sobering findings of the Pew study on U.S. Jews. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't act upon them.
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By:
Andres Spokoiny
The CEO of the Jewish Funders Network says it's up to us to work harder at developing alternative ways to engage Jews if we don’t want to lose 30 percent of our people.
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Two readers criticize the rabbinic response to same-sex marriage.
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By:
Laura Deutsch
A Massachusetts mom wonders whether her son will stay true to his faith and values as he makes his way through college.
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By:
Jane Eisner
Forward editor Jane Eisner reflects on the power of semantics when it comes to designing a national survey of the Jewish population.
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