American Judaism has produced four major “denominations”, plus newer and smaller ones. What religious problems did each seek to solve? How did they develop, to whom did they speak, how American are they? How does each speak to today’s Jews, especially millennials who are not so interested in joining “organized religion”? In this 21st Century there are many contemporary expressions of what it means to be Jewish. We now have many diverse opportunities across the ideological spectrum to practice, worship, study, and find community. What unites us as a people? What divides us?
Wednesdays beginning January 17 through February 21 from 10:50 AM - 12:00 PM
Faculty: Rabbi Barton Lee