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Tag: Asking The Right Questions
4 days ago
May 29, 2003 | 8:00 pm
I am not a Reform Jew, but I confess that I am often envious of the publications of the Reform movement. Whether I agree with their answers or not, I am impressed by the fact that they ask the right questions, the questions that are on the minds and hearts of our people today. So,...