A provocative lecture series on future directions of American Reform Judaism. Delivered on July 31, 2011 in Sag Harbor, NY by Rabbi Leon A. Morris. This second lecture, entitled “A Vision for the Future” was preceded by a lecture on July 25 entitled, “A Loving Critique.”
A provocative lecture series on future directions of American Reform Judaism. Delivered on July 24, 2011 in Sag Harbor, NY by Rabbi Leon A. Morris. This first lecture, entitled “A Loving Critique” was followed by a second lecture on July 31, 2011 entitled, “A Vision for the 21st Century.”
There has been a new development in the Reform movement of Judaism, the largest and most liberal branch of Judaism in the U.S. There’s a new prayer book out, and it has been designed to be useful to everyone, with more Hebrew for those who want that, and also more sensitivity to women and to contemporary values.
Watch this report featuring Rabbi Leon Morris here. You can also read the transcript below.
“A Radio Portrait of the Jews of India” from Trancemode Express 2.01 (Bonus Disc) by Leon Morris and Keith Wasserman.
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In a time when many violent acts are made in the name of religion, what does it mean to be one of the faithful? Rabbi Leon Morris and Scott Korb, a Roman Catholic, help Scott Simon sort it out.
Listen to the discussion featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition here.