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In order to heal from the traumatic aspects of Jewish history, we must first understand our trauma differently, in ways that will allow us to heal.
Far too many Jews were unprepared to cope with the financial challenges of the coronavirus pandemic . We should take notice and better arrange our finances to meet future challenges.
The latest Pew study suggests that the Jewish community in the United States will only flourish if we address the interests of unaffiliated young Jews: social justice and a willingness to criticize Israeli policies.
When Jews forced into hiding by the 15th-century Spanish Inquisition now want to affirm their Jewish identity, we should welcome and support them.
The idea of chosenness is a barrier to a world in which every human being is seen as made in the image of God, worthy of respect and honor.
Edith Stein was a Jewish woman who converted to Roman Catholicism, joined the Carmelite order and was murdered at Auschwitz. Her story raises questions about who is a Jew.

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