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An Ode to the Tastes of Home And the priest is to turn the whole into smoke on the altar as a burnt offering, an offering by fire of pleasing odor to the Eternal. -- Leviticus 1:9...
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Strange Fire: A Poem for World Refugee Day Tuesday, June 20, marks the United Nations’ World Refugee Day, which “honors the courage, strength and determination of women, men and children...
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5 Light-Hearted Jewish Headlines to Read This Week Take a break from the many serious headlines that fill today's news sites and enjoy some lighter fare. Here are a few of our curent favorite Jewish stories:...
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Goodbye, Galilee Diary: A Popular Series Draws to a Close A Note from Rabbi Rick Jacobs: For nearly two decades, the Union for Reform Judaism has been privileged to offer readers Rabbi Marc Rosenstein’s Reform reflections on life in...
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What Jewish Argentina Can Teach the Rest of Us America and Israel loom large in the contemporary Jewish world....
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Political Issues and the Pulpit: How North Carolina Jews are Responding There’s been a very interesting debate among rabbis recently concerning the issue of politics on the pulpit....
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Jewish-American Immigrants: In the Kitchen and Beyond I have always been the cook in our family and during the last two years, I’ve started to branch out into baking....
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5 Ways to Join the Fight for Health Care The next two weeks could determine the future of the American health care syst...
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Shabbat: A Radical Jewish Notion Shabbat is a radical, transformative idea. 6/23/2017...
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Korach: For Political Leadership In this week’s Torah portion Moses and Aaron face a rebellion. Of course, it fails and the perpetrators are punished....
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