Neal Schindler, who attends a Reform congregation and is in an interfaith marriage, responds.Read More »
Ask a Jew: If the Jewish people believe the Savior is yet to come, why have most Jews forgone the written law in the Hebrew Scriptures?
And just for the record: “The Jewish people” aren’t a monolith.Read More »
I didn’t set out to bust your chops. But I felt as though your take on the Roy-Atwood view of art as it relates to human relationships didn’t tell the whole story.Read More »
The very concept of a secular Jew is confusing to many non-Jews, who may hail from faith traditions in which identifying as nonreligious appears antithetical to the identity itself.Read More »
Local artist Melanie Lieb Taylor exhibits her collection, “Echo: A Visual History of Anti-Semitism,” opening June 2 at the Saranac Art Projects gallery.Read More »
“Do Animals Have Souls?” How we answer that question should significantly influence how we interact with and think about animals. And if their spiritual makeup is a crucial large-scale question, their status in the context of family life is an important smaller-scale question. Is a pet a member of the family, or merely part of the household?Read More »