“I just wanted to honor some of the Jewish roots of Christianity and teach my children about some history.”
Focusing our attention on a return to in-person communal life for children is a necessary investment in our long-term Jewish future.
Even this ‘ground-breaking’ decision isn’t actually about converts at all. Instead, as usual, conversion is being used as a political football.
The mainstream media spent the last four years vilifying Trump and anyone who voted for him as a racist. Of course, we don’t admit it to strangers.
Why are Jewish mothers and children more dangerous than much larger groups of individuals, coming together yelling and coughing out tear gas?
“It can be a depressing time to be a Jew in America. Which is why I’m taking comfort in these kosher meals provided by the USDA.”
No longer will the choice be between tuition and family vacations and savings; it will be between tuition and mortgage payments and food on the table.
The hardest part about keeping Kosher is feeling like a mule with lunch and snacks when out for the day.
This is the secret to homeschooling: There is a beauty, calm and freedom to setting your own schedule and setting your own expectations.
The hoops that Jewish converts have to jump through just keep getting higher.