I’m God, You’re Not: Obser­va­tions on Orga­nized Reli­gion & Oth­er Dis­guis­es of the Ego

Lawrence Kush­n­er
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By – August 30, 2011
Lawrence Kush­n­er has been one of the longest-serv­ing con­gre­ga­tion­al rab­bis in Amer­i­ca, as well as a pro­lif­ic writer. In this book, he reflects on his life and career in the Jew­ish com­mu­ni­ty. Essays cov­er a wide range of sub­jects and give us note­wor­thy insights into syn­a­gogue life, the role of a rab­bi, fam­i­ly life, and Judaism today and tomor­row. While there are a few con­clu­sions that a read­er might chal­lenge, every obser­va­tion is thought­ful and thought-provoking.
Rab­bi Arnold D. Sam­lan is a Jew­ish edu­ca­tor and rab­bi liv­ing in Mia­mi, Flori­da. He serves as exec­u­tive direc­tor of the Orloff Cen­tral Agency for Jew­ish Edu­ca­tion of Broward County.

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