These Missouri rabbis are using the Republican-held state's religious liberty laws to push for wider access to absentee ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.
You see, before signing on to the march, I had already signed up to lead morning prayers on Shabbos morning at my Bay Area
It's great to be part of a community. In a community, such as the various Jewish communities, you have people to turn to, who will mobilize for you and share your joys and your challenges. Except when you don't.
I want to articulate an expansive notion of "religious leadership" beyond the sphere of ritual or congregational life. Professional
In other words, because soldiers sacrifice so much in battle, we are disposed to downplay the moral calamity that wars entail
Reconstructionist Judaism is predicated upon each generation reconstructing Judaism to be relevant and meaningful for its time. The effects of intermarriage have not been as dire as some have predicted. Judaism and Jewish life have not ceased to exist when families intermarry.
Their "temple" for the day is the famous Lincoln Memorial.
I am no longer a pulpit rabbi, so the question of sermon topics on the High Holy Days is one I consider as a consumer rather than as a provider - but that doesn't stop me from reflecting on the situation congregational rabbis are in this month.
Below is the content of the letter: We, the undersigned rabbis, write as a unified voice across religious denominations to
"We, along with many other Jewish leaders, fully support this historic nuclear accord."