Archive: Judaism

 

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Interfaith Issues
Mainline Protestants: Anti-Israel, Pro-PLO
The statement issued by their recent 'Ecumenical Delegation to Jerusalem' is unwaveringly hostile to the State of Israel.
5/21/01
by Elliott Abrams

The Moral State of Western Religions
A wave of anti-Semitic violence since the Mideast conflict erupted in September casts a pall on Christians, Muslims, and Jews.
3/4/01
By Rabbi Irving Greenberg

Dance of the Moon and the Sun
As Ramadan makes a rare appearance during December holiday season, let's share the light of this special time of year.
2/7/01
by Rodger Kamenetz

Kvetching Around the Christmas Tree: Her Side
An interfaith couple struggle with their first Christmas under the same roof.
2/7/01
by Heidi Rehak

Kvetching Around the Christmas Tree: His Side
An interfaith couple struggles with their first Christmas under the same roof.
2/7/01
by Howard Lovy

Handling the Holidays in a Two-Faith Family
Raising kids in one religion is possible in our interfaith household
2/7/01
by Sally Stich

Debating the Holocaust Pope

  • Pius XII Was No Nazi:Far from being 'Hitler's Pope,' Pius XII was a heroic defender of Jews during World War II. Why is this good man being defamed? By Ralph McInerny
  • Power and the Papacy During the Holocaust: The book 'Hitler's Pope' argues that Pius XII cared more about consolidating power than saving the Jews. By James Carroll

    A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity
    A diverse group of Jewish scholars and leaders calls on Jews to reevaluate their attitudes toward Christians
    10/30/00

    Judaism Meets Christianity for the First Time--Again
    A veteran of interfaith dialogue talks about what led to a historic statement on Jewish-Christian relations
    10/30/00
    by Irving Greenberg

    Yesterday's News
    The statement on Jews and Christians ignores the main point of contention--owning up to Christians' failure during the Holocaust
    10/30/00
    by Arthur Hertzberg

    A Silence That Speaks Volumes
    An 11-volume Vatican-sponsored report on Catholics and the Holocaust fails to mention Poland.
    2/1/00
    by Arthur Hertzberg

    Steps Toward Reconciliation?
    The pope is moving in the right direction, but his record--and that of the Church as a whole--is still spotty
    4/7/00
    by Michael Lerner

    Deception and Truth
    Christian missionaries dupe Jewish newspapers with an ad for a movie called "The Rabbi"
    4/10/00
    by Jonathan Tobin

    Time for a Time-out
    The past year has been a bad one for evangelical-Jewish relations. Will the next be better?
    5/3/00
    by Elliott Abrams

    Bad Diplomacy
    Jewish adulation of the pope's visit to Israel serves only to make Catholic leaders happy--and does a disservice to the truth
    5/20/00
    by Arthur Hertzberg

    Stop Bashing the Pope
    Why John Paul II's papacy has been good for the Jews
    6/1/00
    by Elliott Abrams

    Not By Belief Alone
    Unlike Christianity, Judaism cannot be defined by a set of beliefs
    6/20/00
    by Rabbi David Wolpe

    Remembering Chaplain O'Connor
    As a military chaplain, Cardinal O'Connor learned to minister to all God's children, regardless of their faith or lifestyle
    6/29/00
    By Arthur Hertzberg

    Why Jews Don't Accept Jesus
    An answer to Christian missionaries
    8/10/00
    by David Wolpe

    Interfaith Grief
    How should mixed-religion families cope with death?
    9/04/00
    By David Wolpe

    Intermarriage: A View From the Bimah
    The statistics can come to life during an interfaith bar or bat mitzvah
    10/02/00
    by Elliott Abrams



    Jewish Identity
    African American and Orthodox Jewish
    Black converts to Orthodox Judaism discuss what drew them to their new faith and the challenges they face from both communities.
    5/10/01 by Debra Goldberg

    We Are All Joseph Lieberman
    Observant Jews are in the public eye these days, and our every word and deed impacts how others view traditional Judaism.
    2/6/01
    By Rabbi Avi Shafran

    Bucking the Trend
    As intergroup relations worsen in the Jewish world, campus Hillels bring Jews from all backgrounds together in one community.
    1/25/01
    By Monique Parsons

    Can Shul Be Cool?
    The synagogue, once dismissed as irrelevant, attempts a comeback for everyone from the fervently pious to the atheist humanist
    1/11/01
    by Howard Lovy

    Orthodox, Feminist, and Proud of It
    Judaism's Orthodox feminist movement has succeeded in opening doors for women committed both to Jewish law and gender equality
    12/18/00
    by Blu Greenberg

    The Death of Secular Judaism
    Religious Judaism has triumphed over secularism, setting the tone for many of today's Jew-on-Jew conflicts. 11/29/00
    By Samuel G. Freedman

    Rediscovering Judaism
    What my 2-year-old taught me about Judaism.
    1/20/2000
    by Charles Lane

    The Myth of Solidarity
    Why internal divisions will not doom Judaism
    2/08/00
    by David Wolpe

    Creating an Orthodox Judaism That Matters
    It's time for an outward-looking renewal in Orthodox Judaism
    2/21/00 by Yosef Kanefsky

    Finding Common Ground
    Amidst growing Jewish discord, one group seeks mutual respect
    By Michael Kress
    2/25/00

    Are Jews Chosen?
    Ask the rabbi
    3/8/00
    by Rabbi David Wolpe

    Reform Judaism Approves Same-Sex Unions
    Read the resolution approved by the movement's rabbinic body
    4/18/00

    Consequences Unclear
    Reform Judaism's gay marriage can be a success, like feminism, or a failure, like patrilineal descent
    4/18/00
    by Samuel G. Freedman

    A Historic Day
    A blessing to have taken part in a groundbreaking decision
    4/18/00
    by Jane Rachel Litman

    A Sad Day for Judaism
    OKing gay marriage ignores Jewish law and will divide Judaism
    4/18/00
    by Elliott Abrams

    Jewish Genes
    It is time to rethink our understanding of how Judaism is passed from one generation to the next
    5/5/00
    by Rodger Kamenetz

    If You Can't Find It, Create It
    Turning shuls into spiritual homes
    5/18/00
    By Rabbi Sidney Schwarz

    Changing the Face of American Judaism
    Jews adopting nonwhite babies
    5/22/00
    By Debra Nussbaum Cohen

    Whither American Zionism?
    The bombing of a Conservative synagogue, allegedly by Orthodox vandals, is the latest wedge between Israeli and American Jews
    9/22/00 by Samuel G. Freedman

    Intermarriage: A View From the Bimah
    The statistics can come to life during an interfaith bar or bat mitzvah
    10/02/00
    by Elliott Abrams

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