The Religion of Bruce, Growing Up Patrilineal

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In this week’s podcast, host Josh Nathan-Kazis talks with Forward washington correspondent Nathan Guttman about a new survey that suggests that despite years of pro-Israel advocacy, jews really don’t like evangelical Christians. Then David A.M. Wilensky of New Voices drops by to discuss why, after years of practicing Judaism, he decided to convert. Finally Forward contributor Sarah Seltzer calls in to discuss the devout Jewish followers of the religion of Bruce Springsteen.

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