2014 Religious Trends: Continuing the Tradition—Assimilation vs. Continuity Among American Jews
According to a 2013 Pew study, millennial Jews are moving away from the religious core of Judaism, evidenced by lower rates of adherence to traditional practices and by rising rates of intermarriage. Nonetheless, participants in the study overwhelmingly retained a sense of identity as Jews. What makes a Jew a Jew? How much of Jewish identity is a matter of history and culture? Or of biology? Or Politics?
Judaism's Future: The Blessing of Continuous Assimilation
The Military Diminishment of Judaism
The Shrinking Jewish Middle
Self-Selecting, Self-Defining Judaism
The Last Jews Standing?
Continuing the Jewish Tradition by Enhancing the Welcome
Genuine Jewish Spirituality: Will We Jump Into the Water?
"Jews of No Religion": The End of American Jewish Identity?
Jewish Spirituality Versus Jewish Ritual
Judaism’s Future: The Means to Planetary Salvation
Between The Parts: The Liminal Space Between Continuity and Assimilation