Monthly Archives: October 2013

From “Oy Vey” to “Mazel Tov”

Have you heard? More than 60% of children of intermarried families are being raised with a Jewish identity. But you didn’t hear that from The New York Times. Intermarriage offers a huge opportunity for the Jewish community, but only if … Continue reading

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Jewish History as Jewish Practice

This essay appears as the Foreword to the new e-book edition of Reclaiming Jewish History, available for Amazon Kindle, iBookstore, Nook and more. You may also enjoy more e-books from Humanistic Judaism. Meaningful Jewish practice can be more than prayer and … Continue reading


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High Time for Cultural Judaism

Some of us knew this was coming. Many in the organized Jewish world are shocked by the latest survey of the Pew Research Center’s Religion and Public Life Project showing 22% of self-identified Jews saying they have “no religion,” including … Continue reading

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