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  1. FAQ on New Name

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    The new expression of our organization’s identity

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/new-name-faqs

    Posted on: 2018/01/29 - 2:50pm

  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. Israel at 70

    By Rabbi Maurice Harris on behalf of Reconstructing Judaism.

    “From tiny roots.” That was the caption on a popular poster a few decades ago, depicting tiny roots growing underground but manifesting above into a beautiful young tree — a metaphor celebrating the improbable fact of a flourishing, strong, and vibrant Israel. The image inspired both awe and anxiety: awe at the astonishing accomplishments of the little Jewish state in such a short time span, and anxiety about the fragility of those tiny roots, despite all that had grown resilient and sturdy from them.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/israel-at-70

    Posted on: 2018/04/18 - 7:42pm

  5. Reclaiming Judaism After Centuries Underground

    The mountain town of Serrastretta in the Calabria region of southern Italy is not an obvious place to find a synagogue, let alone a Reconstructionist one. But beneath the Catholic surface of this remote community lies a surprising Jewish legacy: Many families are descended from b’nei anusim, Jews who underwent forced conversion to Catholicism during the Inquisition.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/reclaiming-judaism-after-centuries-underground

    Posted on: 2018/06/14 - 12:03pm

  6. Fair Trade Shabbat Dinner 2018

  7. Clone of 2017 Ignition Grants

    From live storytelling events to “divine” conversations, electronic music to beit midrash, the 2018 Auerbach Ignition Grant recipients explore, expand, and examine what Judaism means for the 21st century.

     

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/2018ignitionrecipients

    Posted on: 2018/08/14 - 3:36pm

  8. 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

  9. On the Passing of Amos Oz

    Reconstructing Judaism and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association mourn the passing of Amos Oz, z’l, who has died of cancer at age 79. Oz was born in Jerusalem in 1939, and he spent many of his formative years at Kibbutz Hulda in central Israel, where he lived until 1986. The author of 40 books and countless articles and essays, Oz was, in the words of Israel’s President, Reuven Rivlin, “… a literary titan. Splendor of our creators. A humanities giant.” His writing has been translated into 45 languages, and the list of literary prizes he won is incredibly long.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/article/passing-amos-oz

    Posted on: 2018/12/28 - 3:25pm

  10. Reconstructing Jewish Communities Panel 1

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