Monthly Archives: July 2015

Do We Believe What We Preach? July 10, 2015

I have often wondered if we really believe what we preach.  For thousands of years we have proclaimed the importance of human life.  Our sages have proclaimed the importance of every individual. They went so far as to say that … Continue reading

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A Controversial Subject: Jews and Slavery, Sermon for July 3, 2015

What a wonderful tradition this is as our two congregations perpetuate what is an almost one hundred year old custom of holding summer services together.  I still regret that Baltimore Hebrew and Temple Emanuel are no longer part of this … Continue reading

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Remarks on Debra Mogul’s Retirement, June 26, 2015

How does one express her love for Jewish life?  Fortunately, there are many ways to do so.  She can attend Shabbat services on a regular basis, study our sacred texts, and attend the daily minyan.  She can participate in congregational … Continue reading

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