Second City TorahA Modest Case for Civil Marriage Equality (Two Years Later)
The Supreme Court may very well transform the landscape of marriage rights in the United States this coming June when it offers its decision on Obergefell v. Hodges. The questions are many and the answers are contradictory and confusing. For those of us who cannot officiate same sex marriages in our faith traditions, what will [Read More...]
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If we really understand the freedom that we celebrate during Passover, we can leave behind the Egypt of masters and slaves, and move toward the promised lands we seek, and can find, together.
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As the most celebrated home ceremony of the Jewish year, Passover is ultimately about living and experiencing a family story.
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Image source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:RoyLindmanDavidsStarAriAshkenaziSynagogue.jpg One question I get asked frequently is, “How long does it take to convert to... [Read More]
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Image courtesy of Wikimedia What I like the most about Lemonis is that his business savvy has little to do with making money, but more about understanding the interaction... [Read More]
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Photo courtesy of IMDb I went to see “The Book Thief” with a friend a few weeks ago. I knew nothing about it except it was set in Nazi Germany and involved a girl joining a new... [Read More]