Karyn Kedar: Don’t try to control the mystery; find the beauty in it.
Ari Lamm: God took off the training wheels and it’s up to us now.
Jason Rubenstein: A life of religion includes stubborn hope — for the dream that often looks unlikely.
Elizabeth Sacks: The song can lead us to the spirituality.
After 18 interviews with Jewish thinkers about God, the tables are turned; Yehuda Kurtzer interviews Abigail Pogrebin about her theology.
Yehuda Kurtzer: We should model seeking; not certainty.
Amy Schwartzman: The doorway to the divine is opened by us.
Angela Buchdahl: The love is reciprocal, visceral, and a reminder to treat each other well.
Sharon Cohen Anisfeld: God needed Moses desperately, and we need God and each other just as much.
Ken Chasen: Heschel’s “radical amazement” reminds us that God is in the mystery and sometimes we need to cede control.