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  1. Jewish Spiritual Direction: Fundamental Assumptions

    Our view of reality can be transformed when we ask, “Where is God/the Holy in this?” and “What is the invitation/opportunity at this moment?” Gradually, we can build a relationship with what is beyond our ability to conceive.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/jewish-spiritual-direction-fundamental-assumptions

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

  2. Developing a Jewish Identity: A Mystery

    People begin to form a Jewish identity in a myriad of ways.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/developing-jewish-identity-mystery

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

  3. Here we are: congregation planting in Baltimore

    Rabbi Ariana Katz describes the process of envisioning and constructing Hinenu, a shul and Jewish home for those marginalized by mainstream Jewish communities.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/here-we-are-congregation-planting-baltimore

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

  4. Davenning: Finding Meaning in Jewish Prayer

    Rabbi Benjamin Weiner explores the ways that traditional Hebrew prayers can provide meaningful spiritual experiences for those who neither understand Hebrew nor believe in a God who hears and responds to our prayers.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/davenning-finding-meaning-jewish-prayer

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

  5. The Torah of Inclusion

    Rabbi Brian Field depicts the work of Judaism Your Way: bridging gaps, reducing gatekeeping in the Jewish community, and offering inclusive services and experiences for all interested in Jewish involvement.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/torah-inclusion

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

  6. On Catastrophe and Renewal

    Rabbi Deborah Waxman asks: What does a post-Holocaust progressive Judaism looks like today? By embracing our shared humanity and valuing difference, we can create a version of the Jewish future that calls us to move forward while drawing from the lessons.

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/catastrophe-and-renewal

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

  7. The Help We Need Right Now

    Rabbi Donna Kirshbaum responds to Toba Spitzer’s essay “Israel and Us” by asking, rather than focusing on disparate narratives: Are American Jews instead willing to value pragmatism over “ideological purity” when it comes to finding peace in Israel and Palestine?

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/help-we-need-right-now

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

  8. The Jewish Basis for Environmentalism

    Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb outlines the five pillars that serve as a base for the Jewish environmental movement: sufficiency (dayenu), resilience (kehillah), responsibility (akhrayut), justice (tzedek) and hope (tikvah).

    https://archive.reconstructingjudaism.org/evolve-ref/jewish-basis-environmentalism

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

  9. 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

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

  10. 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

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