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Friday, February 14 • 8:45pm - 10:10pm
Judaism Unbound: Love

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Blending genetic differences is biologically healthy, and fostering cultural differences is important for many families. Yet Judaism, like other religions, has sought to limit intermarriage in order to preserve group identity and our distinctive religious norms. As the percentage of Jews with at least one non-Jewish parent continues to climb, how do we understand the blending of religious identities? What are the best strategies for promoting a vibrant and robust Jewish identity?

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Danny Nevins

Danny Nevins is Dean of the JTS Division of Religious Leadership, including its Rabbinical School, Cantorial School and Center for Pastoral Education. He serves on the Rabbinical Assembly's Committee on Jewish Law and Standards and has written numerous legal opinions for the Conservative Movement. Danny writes a blog on the weekly Parsha (Torah portion) at rabbnevins.com. A graduate of JTS and of Harvard College, he lives with his family in NYC.


Friday February 14, 2014 8:45pm - 10:10pm
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