Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Five Rabbis in Bnei Brak

Like many Jewish educators, I am fascinated by the Pesah Seder.   In particular, I love finding new commentaries and customs for the seder that help enrich portions of the seder that are examined less frequently than others, for while … Continue reading

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Religion Without God

Since I began studying philosophy in college, and learned the greats text of western philosophy with professors who generally openly professed religious beliefs ranging from mild agnosticism to zealous atheism, I remained fascinated whenever a contemporary thinker writes about their … Continue reading

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Fighting for Food Aid Reform on Capitol Hill

This past Monday, I joined over a 100 rabbis, rabbinical students and volunteers from across the United States to lobby the United States Congress on behalf of American Jewish World Service in hopes of reforming the food aid provisions in … Continue reading

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