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  1. Reconstructing for Tomorrow 11/7/17 First Session

    There’s been a tension throughout our history between understanding Reconstructionism as an approach to being Jewish, a set of questions, a set of processes, a set of conversations. Reconstructionism as an organizational structure embodies those questions, those processes, those conversations.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/reconstructingfortomorrowfirstsession

    Posted on: 2017/11/10 - 3:38pm

  2. Reconstructing for Tomorrow 12/5/2017 Third Session

    The Reconstructionist movement investigates a natural or transnatural understanding of God…that is, setting aside the personal idea of God…and embraces the laws of natural science and accept that they are contained within a divinity.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/reconstructingfortomorrowthirdsession

    Posted on: 2018/02/05 - 10:57am

  3. Reconstructing for Tomorrow 12/19/2018

    We are not solely rational creatures, but also at the same time spiritual. One can be spiritual and at the same time not forego the rational…we can do a dance between them.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/reconstructingfortomorrowfourthsession

    Posted on: 2018/02/05 - 2:40pm

  4. Reconstructionist Movement Updates

    Though we count time Jewishly, by any consideration the secular year 2018 is an exciting year for the Reconstructionist movement.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/reconstructionist-movement-updates

    Posted on: 2018/03/06 - 11:10am

  5. April 2018 Leadership Column

    Why belong?

    Why belong to the Jewish people? Why belong to a synagogue? Why belong to the Reconstructionist movement?

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/why-belong

    Posted on: 2018/04/09 - 8:43am

  6. Seth leadership column May 2018

    Part of my “elevator speech” answer to the question “What is Reconstructionist Judaism?” has been the familiar, almost catchphrase: “Reconstructionists believe that Judaism is the evolving civilization of the Jewish people.” On a really short elevator ride, that could be the entire speech, leaving the person who asked the question slightly puzzled and really no better informed than they were when we left the lobby.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/reconstructing-judaism-evolution-action

    Posted on: 2018/05/01 - 9:00am

  7. Reconstructionist Communities Make Disability Inclusion a Top Priority

  8. July Leadership Column

    I frequently describe myself as an evangelist for progressive religion. I spend much of my time making the case for why folks should belong. Why belong to any religion? Why belong to the Jewish people? Why belong to a synagogue? Why belong to the Reconstructionist movement?

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/drawing-comfort-community

    Posted on: 2018/07/02 - 9:57am

  9. Seth Rosen Aug 6

    In the last several weeks, two experiences, both of them ongoing, have made clear to me the power and persistency of “gathering” as a lynchpin of building and sustaining a spiritual community within the Reconstructionist movement. By “gathering,” I mean physically gathering—being together at the same time, in the same place, for one another and with one another.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/news/gathering-together

    Posted on: 2018/08/06 - 4:45pm

  10. The Founding of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College

    This piece was originally commissioned by the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, which published a version of it in the Summer 2018 edition of  Connection, the association’s newsletter. Part II of this history will appear later this academic year in Reconstructing Judaism Today.

    For more on RRC’s 50th anniversary, visit our 50th Anniversary Showcase at https://www.rrc.edu/50th.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/founding-reconstructionist-rabbinical-college

    Posted on: 2018/08/29 - 2:50pm

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