Page 59«..1020..57585960

Why are the rabbis silent against hate? Opinion – Ynetnews

| June 5, 2021

The hatred with which Israelis have been inundated recently amid the political battles to form the next government has prompted many to seek solace in the most mundane places. Many took comfort in the musical collaboration of Haredi singer Avraham Fried and devout secularist Aviv Geffen, others in the warm words of presidential hopeful Miriam Peretz when she said love and unity were the need of the hour.

Integrating tough questions about the intersection of race, religion, and politics | Penn Today – Penn Today

| May 12, 2021

For the SNF Paideia Program course, Jews, Race, and Religion, Steven Weitzman, the Ella Darivoff Director of the Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, designed curriculum and public lectures to address the overarching questions: What is the history of the category of race; how has religious identity been racialized; how do Jews fit into the racialized culture of the U.S.; and what is the history of how immigrants to the U.S. came to embrace whiteness in their self-understanding? In describing the impetus for taking on an ambitious topic, Weitzman, also a professor in Penns Religious Studies department, explains, The last two years have seen the most violent attack against a synagogue in American history, protests for racial equality across the country, and a resurgence of white nationalism.

Judaism | Definition, Origin, History, Beliefs, & Facts …

| May 8, 2021

Judaism, monotheistic religion developed among the ancient Hebrews. Judaism is characterized by a belief in one transcendent God who revealed himself to Abraham, Moses, and the Hebrew prophets and by a religious life in accordance with Scriptures and rabbinic traditions. Judaism is the complex phenomenon of a total way of life for the Jewish people, comprising theology, law, and innumerable cultural traditions

Judaism – ReligionFacts

| May 8, 2021

It has been estimated that one-third of our Western civilization bears the marks of its Jewish ancestry.

Leah McSweeney defends her decision to convert to Judaism – Page Six

| May 8, 2021

Oy gevalt! Leah McSweeney defended her decision to convert to Judaism after critics said the star of The Real Housewives of New York was just following a fad. The 38-year-old, who was born and raised Catholic, revealed her plans during Tuesdays Season 13 premiere, prompting some unsupportive reactions from fans online, including one who commented, I hope she finds what shes looking for. But this kinda reminds me of when celebrities got into Kabbalah as a cool trend

Intimacy and Judaism – jewishboston.com

| May 8, 2021

The MIT Hillel Jewish Learning Fellowship (JLF) is a 10-week experiential, conversational seminar for MIT students looking to deepen their understanding of Judaism on their own terms.

Leah McSweeney Defends Judaism Conversion After Criticism From Fans Who Accused Of Following A Trend – Reality Tea

| May 8, 2021

The Real Housewives of New York returned to our TV screens this week, and a whole lot has changed this time around. Ramona Singer (with a new $80k smile) and Luann de Lesseps turned a new leaf and have become besties. Lu accidentally moved in across from her ex-husband Tom DAgostino.Eboni K

ISSUES OF FAITH: ‘Love thy neighbor’ a call to action – Peninsula Daily News

| May 8, 2021

The central tenet for Jewish behavior is the commandment to Love your neighbor as yourself found in the portion Kdoshim (Leviticus 19:1-20:27). This portion is in the exact center of the Torah, reflecting its significance in Judaism

TikTok exec Michal Oshman: ‘We all have the chance to do something meaningful’ – The Times of Israel

| May 8, 2021

LONDON (Jewish News) Michal Oshmans CV is formidable. Shes head of company culture, diversity and inclusion at TikTok Europe, having been in charge of international leadership and team development at Facebook

Lag BaOmer pilgrimage brings Orthodox Jews closer to eternity I experienced this spiritual bonding in years before the tragedy – The Conversation US

| May 8, 2021

The annual Lag BaOmer pilgrimage to Mount Meron in Israel attracts as many as half a million visitors every year.


Page 59«..1020..57585960

matomo tracker