David Levinsky

Rabbi David Levinsky holds a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Stanford University, and rabbinic ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. Rabbi Levinsky has worked as the Director of the Taube Center for Jewish Life and the Interfaith Program at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco and a congregational rabbi in Chicago and Stamford, Connecticut.

James Coignard

James Coignard

Faith and Practice

Religion and Hybridity: Can someone be Jewish and Christian?

We can’t deny people what they have already taken for themselves: the ability to create identities that are satisfying and meaningful. American religious identities are fuzzy around the edges. The change is already here.

(This piece, from the Zeek archive, originally ran in May 2011.)

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