The Conservative movement has long grappled with the question of intermarriage.
Temple Emanu-El, an iconic synagogue in Manhattan, is the site of the latest drama in tensions between American Jews and Israel’s rabbinate.
It’s time Conservative Judaism embraced true liberalism. It’s the movement’s only hope for survival.
Judaism “counsels respect for governmental leaders, regardless of any policies or positions a leader may have instituted or taken,” one rabbi said.
Be open because having numerous voices makes your experience richer. Whether or not Orthodoxy responds should not affect your bottom line.
The rabbinical arms of three denominations are pulling out of the annual conference call held by the president before the High Holidays.
A group of rabbis are spending their Tisha B’Av at an immigrant detention center in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Here’s why.
Conservative Judaism preached adherence to Jewish law but looked the other way when members didn’t follow. Intermarriage is exposing the gap.
The real issue at hand is that the policing of Jewish observance by Jews against other Jews is disastrous regardless of who’s doing it.
Israeli and Diaspora Jewry are in a “very precarious place,” Rabbi Steven Wernick warned a Knesset committee.