by Arthur Hertzberg
The perils of Jewish messianism.
If You Ask Me
by Amy Hersh
If you ask me, the Messiah hasn't come for some pretty good
reasons. And I'm primarily to blame.
Of Vileness and Virtue
by Jeffrey Salkin
How can we take the evil within and make of it a ladder
that can uplift us?
Praying As One
by Janet Marder
In search of a unifying prayer book for a movement that
agrees on little else than the merits of religious diversity.
FOCUS: Coming Home to Judaism
How Michael Jackson Made Me a Jew
by Joel Berman
Although my return was incremental, I can clearly remember
the day it began: Super Bowl Sunday, 1992.
Heartbeat to Heaven
by Rhonda Cloos
My mother told me that one day religion might be important
in my life. That day came to pass.
The Paradox That Stumped Science
by Irwin Cohen
Science cannot account for beauty, loneliness, or love.
Kaddish for Arthur
by Michael Bettinger
Although death often seems incomprehensible, I have
learned to be at peace with the incomprehensible.
Dear Reader / E. Yoffie
UAHC & You: The Year in Review: 1998 - 1999/
Significant Jewish Books
/ B. Fetterman
Books: A Season of Memoirs / B. Fetterman
Ask the Rabbi / J. Shanks
Youth: Quest for Kolin / B.M. Gilbert
Spotlight / B. M. Gilbert
Milestones / A. Hersh
Opinion: A Mikveh of our Own / E. Strom
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