The swastika was in the doorway of the Methodist Church of St. Paul & St. Andrew, which has shared space with B’nai Jeshurun since 1991.
“We have to find a way to embrace interfaith marriages in some way.”
Jordana Horn may be about to join synagogue No. 4. Not everyone has to be a multiple shul member, but she wants all of us to belong to at least one.
Jordana Horn doesn’t agree with the B’nai Jeshurun rabbis’ stance on Palestinian statehood. But they lead the most Judaism-affirming experience she knows — and she won’t give that up.
Eli Valley’s provocative comic about the controversy caused by Bnai Jeshurun’s rabbis continues to garner controversy of its own. I’ve been reading comments and posts like this one that are sympathetic to Eli’s scathing look at the rabbis and their stand on Palestinian statehood, and try to grapple with the larger issue of when and how rabbis should speak their minds.
The leaders of B’nai Jeshurun hailed the Palestinian statehood bid. Has the synagogue considered what such a rash move means for Jerusalem or Judaism’s holiest sites?
The leaders of a prominent New York City synagogue sent out an email to congregants praising the U.N. vote that elevated the Palestinians to non-member state status.