CCAR JOURNAL: THE REFORM JEWISH QUARTERLY

Published by the Central Conference of American Rabbis

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Winter 2017

FROM THE EDITOR

ARTICLES

SYMPOSIUM: MILLENIAL ENGAGEMENT

LEGACY INSTITUTION AND EMERGENT COMMUNITY

  • Innovation in All Generations - Peter J. Rubenstein and Andrew N. Bachman
  • Inserting a "Disruptor" into the Jewish Spiritual Marketplace - Paul Yedwab
  • Attending to the Multiplicities - Lydia Medwin and Jessica Gross
  • Organizational Collaboration and Millenial Engagement - Jaclyn F. Cohen and Jason R. Levine
  • Investing in Our Infrastructure: Why Congregations Matter Now More Than Ever - Aaron Miller

MIND OF A MILLENIAL

  • Millenial Engagement and the Problem of Loneliness - Marc Katz
  • Jewish Millenials and Millenial Judaism - Kerry M. Olitzky
  • Breast Practices: How a Lactation Support Group Taught Me the Possibility of Jewish Community - Amanda Schwartz
  • "I Want You to Want Me": A Reflection on the Need for Obligation and Covenant - Sara Luria
  • Finding the Way to Friday - Jessica Minnen
  • Millenial-Y'all: Working with Jews in the South - Atthew Dreffin
  • Israel: A Diaspora Dialogue - Hannah Ellenson and Jacqueline Koch Ellenson

MILLENIAL RESPONSA

  • The Meaning of Life - Amanda Greene and Seth Limmer
  • Innovative Tradition - Kimberly Herzog Cohen and David Stern
  • Intergenerational Responsa - Jeremy Weisblatt and Edwin Goldberg
  • Millenials, Jewish Values, and Climate Change - Jason R. Levine and Ruth A. Zlotnick

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Siddur Lev Shalem: For Shabbat and Festivals - Edward Feld, Senior Editor, Reviewed by Jeffrey Brown
  • Eight Questions of Faith: Biblical Challenges that Guide and Ground Our Lives - Niles Elliot Goldstein, Reviewed by Peter Knobel 

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