Sunday, December 28, 2014 Tevet 6, 5775

With all the anti-Semitism in the world today, Rabbi Joel Seltzer realizes, his grandfather was right after all. Rabbi Gerald R. Fox responds that the wisdom of our ancestors helps us confront many challenges.  

In the wake of Eric Garner's last words, "I can't breathe," Rabbi Joshua Waxman speaks of our obligation to create just societies. Rabbi Adam Zeff responds that individuals have to examine their own actions as well to ensure that we are giving everyone the space to breathe.  

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Rabbi Adam Zeff argues the need for small steps toward understanding and peace in Israel, and Rabbi Seth Goren applies the same notion to racial inequality at home.  

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Have we been trained to believe that our spontaneous prayers are unworthy of being heard let alone being answered? Rabbi Gerald R. Fox thinks yes, but Rabbi Leah Richman disagrees.

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