Publication Date: March 1988
Publisher: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Author(s): Gerald B. Bubis
Research Area: Culture and religion
Keywords: Jewish Identification; Jewish Organizations; Modernity; Values
Coverage: United States
The author presents a list of fifteen paradoxes in American Jewish life today. Some key paradoxes include: the cost of Jewish education; that today's Jews are wealthier but give less than past generations; that the most innovative Jews are not necessarily involved in the Jewish community; the lack of intellectuals in Jewish governance; and the lack of dialogue between Jewish denominations.
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