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“Let all who are hungry, come and eat.”

“Let all who are hungry, come and eat.” These are the words we proudly read from our haggadot a week ago at our congregational Pesach Seder.  1,756 more words

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Introducing Team Eve!

We’re just two weeks out from the Biblical Brew Off. Team Moses and Team Jesus are all tied up going into this third year of competition. 194 more words

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Passover Projects for kiddos

There’s not a lot for kids in a Passover seder. Asking any toddler to sit for three ours would be a chore on any day. Even more so when they’re waiting that long to eat. 219 more words

“Rabbi USA” explored in ambitious, penetrating biography

Review by Philip K. Jason

Pillar of Fire: A Biography of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, by A. James Rudin. Texas Tech University Press. 416 pages. 867 more words

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Reform movement (Jews) blasts Trump for ‘hate speech’

WASHINGTON — The Reform movement harshly criticized Donald Trump’s “hate speech,” but backed AIPAC’s invitation of the Republican frontrunner to speak at its annual conference. 452 more words

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Ultra-Orthodox MK compares Reform movement to mentally ill person

An ultra-Orthodox MK reportedly compared the Reform movement to a mentally ill person.

Yisrael Eichler of the United Torah Judaism party made his remarks Tuesday in the lead-up to a Knesset debate the next day on the Supreme Court’s decision that non-Orthodox converts can immerse in a public mikvah,  578 more words

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The Kotel Decision: The Parties at the Table

I remember going to visit Judy Chicago’s art installation “The Dinner Party” long ago at the Brooklyn Museum. This iconic feminist art piece sits in a mood-lit room, in the middle a triangular table upon which are 39 place settings, using mixed media, to highlight thirty-nine women: goddesses, historical figures, and women of importance in Western Civilization. 1,849 more words

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