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  1. Scenes from the Q of LGBTQ+

    What is it like to live every day outside the confines of “he” and “she”? Difficult, intimidating, powerful—and occasionally, funny.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/scenes-q-lgbtq

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  2. Celebrating Diversity at Camp

    Camp Havayah staff members are engaged in an ongoing process to create an environment in which campers can be celebrated in all of their diversity.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/celebrating-diversity-camp

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  3. Review essay of Deborah E. Lipstadt, Antisemitism: Here and Now, Schocken Books, 2019

    In her new book, Lipstadt details antisemitism on the right and the left. She urges Jews to balance the oy of being Jewish with the joy of being Jewish.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/review-essay-deborah-e-lipstadt-antisemitism-here-and-now-schocken-books-2019

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  4. Voice, Water, Place: New/Old Ways of Understanding God

    We are heir to a rich assortment of metaphors for God that may resonate more powerfully than the High Holy Day images of king and judge.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/voice-water-place-newold-ways-understanding-god

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  5. Is It Antisemitic to Consider Zionism a Colonial Project?

    Rabbi Gluskin distinguishes between “colonialism” and “settler colonialism.” Recent use of the term “settler colonialism” correlates with a demand for Palestinian rights rather than with a delegitimization of the State of Israel.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/it-antisemitic-consider-zionism-colonial-project-0

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  6. A Dwelling Place for Divinity

    Rabbi Josh Jacobs-Velde discusses the power of Exodus 25:8, as the line evokes the possibility for spiritual transformation within the human body, as we seek to discover the sanctuary contained within ourselves.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/dwelling-place-divinity

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  7. Preparing Our Communities for Conversations on Race

    Rabbi Joshua Lesser writes frankly about leadership, representation and making assumptions about Jews of color in spaces dominated by white Jews.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/preparing-our-communities-conversations-race

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  8. Tikkun Middot, Integrating Mindfulness and Ethical/Spiritual Traits

    Rabbi Marc Margolius affirms three core teachings in the Torah: that each human being is created in the image of the Divine, that human beings must “serve and guard” the earth and that together, we must pursue justice and peace.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/tikkun-middot-integrating-mindfulness-and-ethicalspiritual-traits

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  9. Why Be Jewish?

    Rabbi Nick Renner uses unique examples from his rabbinic career to explore the blessings offered by being Jewish and taking part in Jewish communal life. From weekly rituals to forging community connections, reaching spiritual fulfillment to uncovering de

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/why-be-jewish

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

  10. Affirming My Jewish Identity

    Rabbi Nina Mandel admits her discomfort with a line from Birkhot Hashakhar, the morning blessings, and examines why thanking God for making her “a Jew” brings about such complicated feelings.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/affirming-my-jewish-identity

    Posted on: 2019/11/13 - 7:52pm

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