December 2006

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Secular and Humanistic Jews from the New York metropolitan area joined with 25,000 others and marched over the Brooklyn Bridge in support of women's reproductive rights. Members of local communities affiliated with the Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations (CSJO), the Society for Humanistic Judaism (SHJ) and Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring were represented.
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The Philadelphia Jewish Voice's Jewish Thought Column

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Completion of the Main Line Eruv.

Philosophical Roots of Secular Jewishness/Judaism
When and How Jewishness Adapted to a Secular World.

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A special, meaningful gift for every night of Hanukkah.

About This Column

The Living Judaism feature in each issue focuses on Jewish spirituality, meaning and activism with invited columns written by rabbis belonging to the various movements of Judaism. Jewish clergy interested in writing for Living Judaism are invited to make contact with Adena Potok at judaism @ pjvoice.com

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