Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Greatest Stories Never Told

Every year for the High Holidays, I create a theme to carry through the major services. Since Humanistic Jewish celebrations are not limited to the traditional Torah reading schedule, we go beyond the Binding of Isaac and Jonah.  Last year’s … Continue reading

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Are There Jewish Values?

A version of this article appeared in the journal Humanistic Judaism, Winter/Spring 2009. It is reprinted here with permission. We would certainly like there to be “Jewish values.” It is rare to read any description of Jewish identity from any conventional … Continue reading

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