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  • Shabbat R’eih August 15, 2017 Anne Lidsky, Ph.D., RJE Parashat R’eih has so much to teach us – If we obey God’s commandments, we shall be blessed; if we choose disobedience, we shall be cursed. Laws are detailed that our people must observe; be wary of false prophets; do not consume the blood of animals that are slaughtered. So ... Read more...
  • Shabbat Eikev August 10, 2017 Adam Kahan Last summer I recall writing an article in which I commented on the importance of writing from what you know… from your experiences and journey. This week, I realize how important it is to write from where you are, in the moment. So here’s what I can share with you from ... Read more...
  • Shabbat Va-et’chanan August 1, 2017 Rabbi Rachel Heaps Dear Friends, More often than not, I find that the best part of teaching does not come from knowing that I have provided an answer. In this age of information technology, answers are always readily available. All anyone needs is a quick Google search and, poof, millions of answers are provided ... Read more...
  • Shabbat D’varim July 26, 2017 Rabbi Paul CohenDear Friends, Many of you know that for years I have served as one of the faculty members at our movement’s camp in Wisconsin, Olin-Sang Ruby Union Institute. For the past four years, I have been in Israel at the Shalom Hartman Institute as part of the Rabbinic Leadership Initiative. Last ... Read more...
  • Shabbat Matot-Masei July 19, 2017 Rabbi Paul CohenDear Friends, Many years ago, I had the great privilege of studying with Rabbi Dr. Byron Sherwin, z”l. I was a part of an initial study cohort in a brand new program for Jewish professionals. Sherwin taught a course on Jewish bioethics. Sherwin had always been fascinated with the literature surrounding ... Read more...

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