Article Discussion: Connecting to the ‘Other,’ Then Holding the Gates Wide Open

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February 24, 2010 at 10:50 am #4368

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Click here to read the article: Connecting to the ‘Other,’ Then Holding the Gates Wide Open

February 25, 2010 at 6:13 pm #4373

Debbie B.

“Our Father” is not that uncommon in Jewish liturgy: “Avinu Malkeinu” from the High Holidays immediately springs to mind. (“Avinu” is Hebrew for “our father”) The tune for that prayer was what my daughter said she hummed softly so that other Jewish students could hear her when a high school teacher said that the concept of God as a father was invented by the Christians.

March 4, 2010 at 4:13 am #4398

Robin Margolis

Dear Leslie: Great article!

I hope you’ll also extend your outreach to other adult children and grandchildren of intermarriage, who find it very difficult to enter and remain in the Jewish communty.

We have a website at:

http://www.half-jewish.net

Cordially,
Robin Margolis

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