Living Jewishly: A Snapshot of a Generation

Academic Studies Press  2012


This volume is a collection of personal essays by Jewish 20- and 30-somethings. Each piece offers a window into how we express our Judaism-our voices together tell a complete story.

Matthue Roth tackles the conflicted, sometimes hypocritical nature of the Modern Orthodox dating world. Stacey Ballis makes the Passover Seder her own. Chai Wolfman explores the challenges of same-sex and interfaith relationships. Other topics include JDate, issues surrounding conversion, Israel, and the impossible task of defining what it means to be a young Jew in America today.

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Living Jewishly editor Stefanie Pervos Bregman: Storytellers

Living Jewishly contributor Rabbi Jason Miller: One Missing Yarmulke, Several New Friends

Living Jewishly contributor Rivka Nehorai: The Truth About Motherhood

Living Jewishly contributor Rachel Wright: Leading by Example

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