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FALL '10 COVER STORY
Living with Secrets
Some secrets come at too high a price. In an RJ interview, Dale Atkins and Edythe Mencher reflect on when is it best to keep the truth to ourselves, and when to reveal what’s in our hearts.
Includes The Transition by Helen T. Cohn: “When my daughter Laura was becoming Lawrence, I told almost no one at first. I felt too astonished and ashamed.”
Lost in Mistranslation
by Joel Hoffman
Why the Bible doesn't always mean what you think it does. Includes Top Translation Traps.
a conversation with Mike Comins, Kevin Kleinman, Jamie Korngold,
and Owen Gottlieb
Our biblical ancestors first experienced God in the wilderness. What did they know that we need to rediscover?
Focus: Israel by Israelis, Part III of III:
Perils & Possibilities
by Stacey Blank, Hanan Cidor, Paula Edelstein, David Forman, Miri Gold, Rich Kirschen, Dalya Levy, Michael Livni, Michael Marmur, Edgar Nof, Nancy Reich, Tamara Schagas, Matthew Sperber, Levi Weiman-Kelman, Hannah Yakin
Israeli Reform Jews speak out on the risks and rewards of living in a Jewish state striving to realize its promise—and on how North American Jews can make a difference in its destiny.