February 28, 2012 Multifaith Leadership at RRC The Pluralism Project at Harvard profiles RRC’s multifaith studies department and its interfaith leadership initiatives. MORE February 14, 2012 Two Sides to Being “Chosen” Rabbis Deborah Waxman, ’99, Ph.D. (pictured), and Nancy Fuchs Kreimer, ’82, Ph.D., consider the question of chosenness in Zeek. MORE February 10, 2012 Implied Superiority? Rabbi Danielle Stillman, ’09, writes about the dilemma of chosenness in the Jewish Exponent. MORE January 20, 2012 A Minyan of Movers and Shakers Rabbi Shira Stutman, ’07, was named one of 10 top local Jewish people for 2011 by the Washington Jewish News. MORE January 13, 2012 Guide to Jewish Practice Wins National Book Award The new volume, a project of Rabbi David Teutsch, Ph.D., has been honored by the Jewish Book Council. MORE December 23, 2011 Living Waters Rabbi Mordechai Liebling, ’85, uses Jewish texts in his testimony for clean water before Philadelphia’s City Council. MORE December 19, 2011 Contemporary Jewish Living, by the Book A Guide to Jewish Practice, new from Rabbi David Teutsch, Ph.D., gets a thumbs up from newvoices, the national publication for Jewish college students. MORE November 10, 2011 Occupying Judaism Rabbi Mordechai Liebling, ’85, gives a Jewish perspective on Occupy Wall Street and wealth inequality in The Jewish Week. MORE November 8, 2011 RRC Alumni Among the “Forward 50” Rabbis Sharon Kleinbaum, ’90, (pictured) and Joy Levitt, ’81, are named to the Forward’s annual list of notable Jewish Americans. MORE September 13, 2011 On Board for Interfaith Understanding Rabbi Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer, ’82, Ph.D., will ride with the Caravan of Reconciliation, an interfaith outreach effort. MORE September 13, 2011 Philadelphia Faith Leaders on 9/11 Rabbi Richard Hirsh, executive director of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association, was among those interviewed by local NBC television. MORE August 18, 2011 A Limited Right to Choose Rabbi David Teutsch, Ph.D., author of a new book on Jewish practice, takes issue with abortion to select a baby’s gender in The Huffington Post. MORE August 3, 2011 Building Bridges in Africa Rabbi Jon Cutler, ’87, is on a Navy peace-building mission in the Horn of Africa, reports The Jewish Chronicle. MORE August 3, 2011 A Blessed Homecoming Rabbi Boris Dolin, ’11, returns to a beloved congregation in Oregon; his story is featured in the Jewish Review. MORE July 11, 2011 Jewish Unity and Israel Is the State of Israel the sole embodiment of Jewish peoplehood? President Dan Ehrenkrantz poses the debate in the Huffington Post. MORE June 29, 2011 Biking for Justice RRC’s Social Justice Organizing program, directed by Rabbi Mordechai Liebling, ’85, will receive funds from Hazon’s 2011 New York Ride. MORE June 20, 2011 Play Ball! Rabbi Rebecca Alpert, ’76, Ph.D., has a new book on black baseball and its Jewish champions. MORE June 17, 2011 Graduates Bring Training and Talents Home to Israel New rabbis Ela Merom and Steve Burnstein discuss their visions for their rabbinates in the Jewish Exponent. MORE May 26, 2011 Mindfulness Center Opens in Chicago Rabbi Jordan Bendat-Appell, ’08, who directs the new center, talks about Jewish meditation in The Chicago Jewish News. MORE May 18, 2011 Latest Teutsch Book Addresses Daily Spirituality A Guide to Jewish Practice: Everyday Spirituality, by Rabbi David A. Teutsch, Ph.D., is the latest addition to the series from the Center for Jewish Ethics. MORE Pages« first‹ previous…101112131415161718…next ›last » This is the archival site for the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. It is no longer updated. For the new site, please visit https://www.rrc.edu.