By Edgar M. Bronfman
It is time to be realistic about the future of the religious and cultural heritages of Judaism.
By Susie Gelman
If Israel is to represent the entire Jewish people, it cannot discount the 85 percent of non-Orthodox Diaspora Jews.
By Hannah Rosenthal
The Hebrew word hineni, which appears hundreds of times in the Jewish Bible, is typically translated as “Here I am” or “I am here.” When a word or phrase is repeated, we are told it calls for special attention or understanding.
By Rabbi Jacob Herber
With this issue of The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle, the Milwaukee Jewish Federation begins a series of personal portraits highlighting its agencies, programs and services. The portraits demonstrate the Federation’s impact on the Jewish community. Each ad begins with the words, “I am here,” a reference to the Hebrew word hineni.