Dear JTS Community,
Following the publication of this year's Pew Research Center's Religion & Public Life Project report—and the uproar that has since followed—I would like to offer my personal perspective on the current conversation.
I am addressing the questions raised and the challenges facing our community in an article on the Jewish Week website today and in its print edition on Friday, November 29. "Let's Drink a L'Chaim to Conservative Judaism" is both a personal statement and a message from JTS: we're here, we're learning and growing, and there's still a lot of work to be done.
Your thoughts on this essay, the new Pew report, or the current climate in the Jewish world are most welcome.
Arnold M. Eisen
The Jewish Theological Seminary
Nov 22, 2013
Fwd: Chancellor Arnold Eisen Says "L'Chaim!" to Conservative Judaism
19 years after Columbine, i believe © Rabbi Menachem Creditor i believe in this world even when it writhes especially when it groans it is ...
To Kneel (c) Rabbi Menachem Creditor for Landingham & Kaepernick, our angels in the wings Sometimes, it isn't about nuan...
Rabbi David Wolpe in WashingtonPost.com: "Divorce is a death" Rabbi David Wolpe http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-faith/...
amen? a prayer for more than thoughts and prayers © rabbi menachem creditor chair, rabbis against gun violence Compassionate One, ...