In the third and final episode of our podcast series, the eminent scholar of American Jewish life brings us into the typical synagogue to show how deeply it’s changing.
The eminent historian of American Jewish life stops by to talk about the findings in his latest book The New American Judaism: How Jews Practice Their Religion Today.
How does Modern Orthodoxy fit into the greater Orthodox world?
The culture wars have come to the Modern Orthodox movement. Is a schism on the horizon?
Encouraging more Jews to marry Jews and more intermarried families to convert to Judaism.
Jewish life—and love—on campus
How a confident Judaism can transform intermarriages into Jewish marriages
A “Purple” Solution to Intermarriage
We must absolutely not turn our backs on intermarried Jews and their non-Jewish spouses.
The real fight facing American Jews is not against intermarriage but for marriage itself.
The battle is over; or so we’re told. A half-century after the rate of intermarriage in the US began to skyrocket, the Jewish community appears to have resigned itself to the inevitable. But to declare defeat is preposterous.
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