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Paving the Way for Orthodox Couples to Marry

It’s not easy, and sometimes it is not even possible to get married in an Orthodox ceremony in Israel, due to the strict regulations set by the Chief Rabbinate, which is the only body authorized to carry out Jewish marriages. But times are changing, and a new organization called Chuppot...
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Rabbi Shagar: What People Are Saying About His Work, Newly Introduced to English Readers

A translator calls him “a peddler of paradoxes” and “an alchemist who casually synthesized sacred and profane.” The work of Rabbi Shimon Gershon Rosenberg (Shagar) (1949–2007), widely known in Israel, is new to an English-reading audience. The English translation of his book of essays, Rabbi Shagar: Faith Shattered and Restored, Judaism in a Postmodern Age (Maggid Modern Classics, 2017), was supported by Targum Shlishi...
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Jewish Sages of Today: Profiles of Extraordinary People

Jewish Sages of Today: Profiles of Extraordinary People is a book, Teacher’s Guide, and website dedicated to inspiring readers through the examples of remarkable individuals who have made major contributions.

Paving the Way for Orthodox Couples to Marry

It’s not easy, and sometimes it is not even possible to get married in an Orthodox ceremony in Israel, due to the strict regulations set by the Chief Rabbinate, which is the only body authorized to carry out Jewish marriages. But times are changing, and a new organization called Chuppot...
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Ultra-Orthodox Women Meet the Digital Age

Ultra-Orthodox women in Jerusalem tend to face unique workplace challenges and hurdles, including a lack of training in and under-utilization of digital technology and social media for business purposes. MATI – The Jerusalem Business Development Center, has created a new...
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Rabbi Shagar: What People Are Saying About His Work, Newly Introduced to English Readers

A translator calls him “a peddler of paradoxes” and “an alchemist who casually synthesized sacred and profane.” The work of Rabbi Shimon Gershon Rosenberg (Shagar) (1949–2007), widely known in Israel, is new to an English-reading audience. The English translation of his book of essays, Rabbi Shagar: Faith Shattered and Restored, Judaism in a Postmodern Age (Maggid Modern Classics, 2017), was supported by Targum Shlishi...
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Teaching Jewish Texts

Targum Shlishi helped support the book Turn it and Turn it Again: Studies in the Teaching and Learning of Classical Jewish Texts, edited by Jon A. Levisohn and Susan P. Fendrick (Academic Studies Press). The book was the first publication from the Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education at Brandeis.…

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Jewish Sages of Today: Profiles of Extraordinary People is a book, Teacher’s Guide, and website dedicated to inspiring readers through the examples of remarkable individuals who have made major contributions.

Online Archive: The website for Rabbi Irving Greenberg collects and presents the work of this groundbreaking modern Orthodox rabbi and scholar. Lectures in audio, video, and text formats are supplemented with many other materials.

Toward a Meaningful Bat Mitzvah shares an approach to a bat mitzvah experience that allows girls to participate fully in the traditional ritual service while keeping within the broad parameters of traditional Judaism.

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