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Comments III

Ever since the reprogramming to send comments by email to the authors, we’ve received almost nothing but healthy debate, good posts that ought to be shared. Meanwhile — and because of that, as well...

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Must the Law Be Consistent?

If I missed your point, Jeff, we are even. You’ve missed mine. [Aside to anyone wondering: We get away with this sparring because in real life, we are good friends, and do this in...

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Smoking Gun

Jeff, you stole my line! The rest of the items on her list are worthy of discussion — but not when framed in that context. These first two items present the conversation as “the...

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Sore point III…

I just found that little kiddie project in less than one minute of web-surfing, but to me it is like a smoking gun of the whole appalling lie. ADL et al, should demand the...

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Sore point II…

For example – here’s a program developed by the Reform movement’s youth group (NFTY or TYG or something) program coordinator for use in Reform Temples. Let’s see, you need brown paper bags, yarn, glitter,...

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Sore point.

we still see, on a frequent basis, people such as Rabbi Boxman claiming that the “ultra-Orthodox” view non-Orthodox as “goyim” This is one of my pet peeves. I have really good friends who have...

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Inward vs. Outward Facing

Jeff’s correspondent raises some interesting points. However, there are different definitions of “leaders in the community,” and I don’t think that those present here, much as they may be thinkers and commentators, are in...

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Comment Commentary

The recommendations from Rebecca Blood include owning up to your mistakes, and I should own up to the following: If the software (WordPress) supported having each writer moderate the comments to his or her...

From a reader –

An example of what you are talking in terms of a blog dealing with us vis-a-vis ourselves but not airing personal dirty laundry is frumnet.blogspot.com. I checked it out…definitely worth looking at.

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