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RJ GUIDE
REFORM JUDAISM:
30 STORIES

SECTIONS VI-X

VI. Making a Difference
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Discussion Guide
Blog - Your View

VII. Reinterpreting Torah
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Discussion Guide
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VIII. Leading an Ethical Life
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IX. Identifying with Israel
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X. Facing the Future
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Bibliography
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JEWISH LIFE

Books: Reviews
by Bonny V. Fetterman

Books: For Discussion
by Bonny V. Fetterman

Cooking: The Taste of Sunny Greece 
by Tina D. Wasserman

History:
The Symbol That Split the Synagogue
 
by Jenna Weissman Joselit
 

Language: 
The Hebrew Vowels That Changed the World
 
by Joel M. Hoffman
 

Reform Judaism magazine Summer 2008SUMMER '08 COVER STORY
Why Religion Matters
by Krista Tippett
Some say religion is the cause of our worst divisions, and a threat to civilization. The truth is more broadly and deeply rooted in the human psyche and spirit.

Reform Judaism Matters
RJ GUIDE: 30 STORIES

The beginning of a personal, candid Movement-wide conversation among members of Reform congregations throughout North America. Read on (Sections I – V, right; Sections VI – X left), discuss, and let the conversation begin.


FEATURE STORIES

The Bible Goes to Washington
by Jacques Berlinerblau
Emboldened by the triumphs of faith-on-their-sleeve-wearing candidates, both Republican and Democratic presidential frontrunners are confidently and creatively letting the Scriptures sing out.
In Search of the Synagogue, Part III
Interview with Lee Levine
Professor Levine shares what cutting-edge archaeological and other evidence reveal about the surprising boom in synagogue diversity in ancient Israel during the 4th century C.E. - 7th century C.E.


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