Interfaith families face unique challenges after the attack on a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Here are several ways they can begin to heal.
At my university, Jews and Arabs come together for intentional meals. So why can’t we channel this spirit of generosity when discussing the conflict?
My temple is looked to as a leader, but this Shabbat it led us away from a vision of Muslim-Jewish solidarity.5
There is nothing in “I am tired of being a Jewish man’s rebellion” that I have not witnessed or experienced after nearly 45 years as a Reform rabbi.3
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