Rabbis Without Borders
This time last year, I was excited about America...
There is no one right way to be Jewish.
These moments, when we find ourselves in situations to which we are not accustomed, are opportunities for gratitude and resilience
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.
After all, since religion is a human endeavor, we have the power to change what it does.
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.
Once the interfaith family exists, alienating families that are interfaith but committed to raising Jewish children is not good for Judaism.
What is it about Jesus that is sometimes just too much for us Jews?
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.
It is difficult to know where values end and politics begin.