Rabbi Menachem Creditor
Apr 5, 2013
After Birkat HaMazon Learning this Shabbat @CNS: Is Zionism “Strange Fire?"
After Birkat HaMazon Learning
(approx. 1:15pm) this Shabbat (4/6)
with Rabbi Menachem Creditor
s the political movement we call '
' traditionally Jewish or does it represent something radically new?
Why did Orthodoxy and Reform Judaism reject it? How did that change?
What does Masorti/Conservative Judaism think? Did it always feel this way?
What might the Torah/Prophets/Talmud have thought?
What might The Jewish People (and Jewish people) learn from this conversation?
April 05, 2013
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