In recognition of America's Independence Day, we've gone into the archives and found these articles that relate to Judaism in America. Take a look!
"It is rare indeed that we have the opportunity to comprehensively view what we together have accomplished through and across time as a Conservative rabbinate, and the impact our collective rabbinate has had on the history of our people and its well-being...
"What is thrilling is that in these pages and statements we find represented three generations of rabbinic experience woven together in a tapestry of voices."
- Joel Meyers, RA Executive Vice Presidents Emeritus, in his introduction to Part One of Celebrating 100 Years of the Rabbinical Assembly.
These CJ Journal Classics celebrate the Conservative rabbinate.
In anticipation of Martin Luther King Day, we've wiped the dust off of these CJ Journal Classics:
In honor of Abraham Joshua Heschel's Yarzheit, we've wiped the dust off of these CJ Journal Classics:
Each December we are faced with the question, when do we start saying ותן טל ומטר? The answer can be found in the first of these classic CJ articles about the Jewish calendar.
As we approach the High Holidays (see our High Holiday resources), we want to highlight some interesting articles from CJ Journal. We've wiped the dust off of these articles and posted them on the website:
As the school year begins, we want to highlight some classics from Conservative Judaism Journal. We've wiped the dust off of these important articles and posted them on the website: