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Rabbis Without Borders

Principled Preconditions Prevent People Progress

The meaningful statements that each side wants the other to make as a precondition to dialogue are unilateral capitulations to the other side’s truth.

Southern & Jewish

Coming Full Circle: Jewish Professional Life Starts Early

Who knew as a religious school student, I was preparing to teach my teachers?

Rabbis Without Borders

“God” and “Religion” Aren’t the Same

After all, since religion is a human endeavor, we have the power to change what it does.

Shifting Boundaries

The default on membership bills should not be an assumption of heteronormativity, or that every spouse in a family wants to join gender-specific clubs.

Boy Connects Pennsylvania with Uganda

Inspired by need and connection, bar mitzvah boy reaches across the globe.

Honor Non-Jewish Parents of Jewish Kids

Once the interfaith family exists, alienating families that are interfaith but committed to raising Jewish children is not good for Judaism.

My Holy Land Is In Georgia

Returning to myself means Georgia mountains more than Masada

How Much Jesus Is Too Much Jesus?

What is it about Jesus that is sometimes just too much for us Jews?

What’s Worse, Fear or Wandering?

Our Israelite ancestors wandered a wilderness of fear, scared to proceed, feeling small, wandering for the rest of their lives rather than moving forward through fear.

Partisan Or Political?

It is difficult to know where values end and politics begin.

Can Southern Jewish Hospitality Ever Go Too Far?

Wanting to share your favorite foods is great, but guilting people into eating them isn't

Learning from Laughter this Father’s Day

A Father's Day tribute to the white grandfather who raised me to be a proud biracial Jewish man.

Today I Am a U.S. Citizen

I arrived in the United States on a student visa in 2003.

Loving Day is Every Day for Our Family

What 50 years of Loving Day means to our Black, white and Jewish family.

We Went Down to the River to Pray

Under the spell of the woods, we gradually forgot all details of our everyday life. We talked only about what was before us. Leaf. Root. Creek. Rock.