Haiti—Acts of God?
Was it God's will or human injustice that caused so many deaths in Haiti?
by Richard Jacobs
"My father bought
this silver plate 35-40
Discover the value of your antique Judaica. Contact Jonathan Greenstein at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may see your story in a future RJ magazine.
Recipes for Spring Barley Risotto with Asparagus and Lemon as well as Summer Barley Salad.
by Tina D. Wasserman
Tribute: Musical Legend Debbie Friedman
3 Stories (see below)
Singing Our Souls
by Daniel Freelander
Secrets of a
by Alane S. Katzew
And She Shall
Be a Blessing
by Melanie Goldish
Meet Our Temple:
Temple Beth Solomon of the Deaf, Northridge, California (PDF)
Books: The Politics
Reviews of In Ishmael's House: A History of Jews in Modern Lands, by Martin Gilbert; The Dove Flyer: A Novel , by Eli Amir; Jewish Living: A Guide to Contemporary Reform Practice, Rev. Ed. , by Mark Washofsky
by Bonny V. Fetterman
"I was asked to
determine the eligibility of 16 young Jewish Surinamesse for the URJ's Birthright
by Hanan Cidor
The Art of Aging (PDF)
Double Self-Portrait , 2003
Morality: Choosing to
Live, Choosing to Die
Do I agree with
who was busy until the
day he died, or with
Moti Gur, who
surrendered when he
could not defeat cancer?
by Jack Riemer
Young Minds by Jonathan Bleiberg, Sterling Dixon, Alex Garnick, Bari Gold, Rebecca Greenberg, Benjamin Lee, Max Lewis, Madeline Press, Samantha Shinder, Mariel Tivoli, Jacob Tommey, Jack Zucker
Twelve potential leaders of the Jewish community of the future share their personal perspectives on heroism, human flaws, God, social justice, technology and the Jewish community, and more—largely informed by the Reform Jewish day school experience. Online Exclusive
Day school students throughout the world are encouraged to participate in Young Minds: a Jewish Day Schools Forum
, sharing their
perspectives on the editors' questions. The Jaguar Whisperer by Naomi Levy
Rabbi Isaac Luria said that every human soul is given a Divine mission to repair some aspect of this broken world. No other person can repair what each of us has been uniquely empowered to do. Meet Alan Rabinowitz, a renowned conservationist and wildlife explorer, whose severe childhood stutter kept him from speaking to people until age 19. Catastrophe in Ukraine, Comedy Today by Mel Gordon
How a 1661 decree by the Council of Jewish Elders in Vilna begat contemporary Jewish comedy.
FOCUS: ETHICS IN A FAST CHANGING WORLD
The Decade to Come
We're moving into personalized medicine, wearable cell phones, and a mind-machine interface to augment human memory.
a conversation with Jay Walker
Stem Cell Wonders
Embryonic stem cell research is uncovering secrets of how we age and how we heal.
a conversation between Krista Tippett and Dr. Doris Taylor
A Moral Guide to Medical Breakthroughs
How Jewish tradition views In Vitro Fertilization, stem cell research, genetic modifications, and extending the
a conversation with Mark Washofsky
Reenvisioning our Movement through the Reform Think Tank, Catholic - Jewish dialogue through music, Jewish rock radio... What Works:
Ideas & Initiatives
A synagogue story
filmed for posterity;
a DVD legacy of love;
mitzvah quilts for Israeli
by terrorism. Happenings
For Adults & Youth
March 31 - July 10, 2011 In Memory
Jerold (Jerry) M. Bass
1931 - 2010 In Memory
Rabbi Lawrence Jackofsky
1941 - 2010
IN THE BEGINNING
New World Thinking
We Jews are not very
receptive to revelations that contradict ingrained
self-images of victimhood.
by Eric H. Yoffie
Through the Lens (PDF)
The Classical and Romanesque sanctuary of Congregation Sherith Israel in San Francisco
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