Open Orthodoxy Update, Parshas Lech Lecha

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3 Responses

  1. Steve Brizel says:

    The more things change, the more they stay the same, with OO showing that its mantra is openness at the expense of adherence to halacha. Don’t be shocked if OO ordained individuals preside at a same gender marriage ceremony or allow a giyures or grusha to marry a kohen. The latter two have already happened in the US

  2. Chava Rubin says:

    What is preventing the oo movement from dissolving?
    In other words, why are its financial backers so interested in financing a movement that is just a copycat of the other failed heterodox movements?
    What is at the root of the desire to see the term Orthodox redefined in anti religious way?

  3. Bob Miller says:

    As usual, they excel at creative consumer fraud, or “how low can you go?” Knowing what they’re capable of, I wonder if these updates to this audience are worth the effort. Some 40 years ago, I heard a conservative rabbi say of a reform rabbi, “He’d marry a pig and a dog if there was money in it.”

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