A group of rabbis are spending their Tisha B’Av at an immigrant detention center in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Here’s why.
The real issue at hand is that the policing of Jewish observance by Jews against other Jews is disastrous regardless of who’s doing it.
We should learn how to share important spaces such as the Kotel rather than create a false unity that excludes millions of Jews.
Instead of a simple “yes” or “no” to the intermarriage question, maybe it’s time to redefine in-marriage.
Leaders of pluralistic Judaism aren’t cutting funding entirely, but they are being more strategic about which organizations to support.
Deri, the Interior Minister and Shas party leader, linked a conversion bill to what he called the African “infiltrator problem.”
Rabbi Lau-Lavie’s intermarriage proposal is “too little, too late.” It does not meet the reality test. It addresses a fictional construct.
Judaism is not a matter of obligation but a legacy of moral wisdom from whose teachings we may pick and choose.
Judaism’s Reform movement has launched a new storytelling podcast that’s engaging new audiences in an old way of relating Jewish messages.
“As people of faith, we believe that we have a responsibility to be caretakers of Divine creation,” the groups wrote.