A flier circulating in my home state this week depicts a Jewish politician seated at a table stacked high with gold coins.
To ignore what we know about this virus in order to hold dangerous in-person worship services is to scatter death on the wind.
If you are clergy or congregant, you should oppose the assault on the Johnson Amendment.
Why would a rabbi discuss his own death in a Yom Kippur sermon? Jack Moline wanted to make his end-of-life wishes clear — and urged congregants to do the same.