Rabbi Gil Steinlauf is the executive director of the Center for Jewish Life/Hillel and the Jewish chaplain at Princeton University.
Rabbi Gil Steinlauf
By Rabbi Gil Steinlauf
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Conservative Judaism’s Problem? It’s Too Conservative.
When the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism recently announced its rebranding, affirming Conservative Judaism as “dynamic and authentic,” it had the potential to be a turning point for the movement. Its earlier tagline, “tradition and change,” not only was uninspiring, but also failed to capture the very humanity of our people’s search for meaning and…
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