Tag Archives: Radical Judaism

Me’AZ

I belong to an Upper West Side woman’s study group called Me’AZ. The name arises from our study of Avivah Zornberg, hence the initials AZ. In Hebrew it means “from AZ” and also, loosely translated, “from then on” or more … Continue reading

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Oneness

The only way to meet an ecological crisis is to expand beyond self-serving expediency. To help us evolve in that way, Rabbi Art Green emphasizes the Kabbalah-based doctrine of Oneness of Being. Once we understand that as God’s creations we … Continue reading

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A Radical Reb with an Urgent Concern

Rabbi Arthur Green is a master of shaking up complacent souls. When he first came along in the late sixties, he galvanized my older brother into a spirited form of Jewish revival that eventually won the respect of even my … Continue reading

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