What does it mean to be a woman devoted to a career that is dominated by men? If she is a newly ordained rabbi, what are her hopes and aspirations for her future in the rabbinate? What are her anxieties? Yesterday's events at Israel's Western Wall drive home the significance of what it means to be a woman rabbi and to have women rabbis, and highlights the fact that many in Israel—and here—are resisting these changes.
I encourage you to share your thoughts as well at blog.jtsa.edu/chancellor-eisen/.
Arnold M. Eisen
May 23, 2012
Chancellor Eisen's Newest Blog Post: "Let's Talk About Women Rabbis"
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