In Radical Judaism, Green has finally “come out” and made his case for a full-blown post-monotheistic Judaism. Radical Judaism is nothing less than a call to re-envision the Jewish God and, by extension, Jewish practice and belief.
When I lived in Jerusalem, I felt that I was in the majority, and oppressing a minority. Living in Galilee, I am even more humbled. I feel that I am in a minority oppressing a majority.
Try this recipe for pomegranate-infused vodka this New Year! L’Chaim!
“I’m having a love affair,” our cousin Motti confides, “with ghosts.”
Would the early Hasidic masters be environmentalists?
Editor Rabbi Jill Hammer speaks with Jay Michaelson about the new Kohenet Siddur.
In this new installment of Alma’s story, Vic and Alma go to the pool.
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