Posts Tagged ‘Dr. Howard Lupovitch’

Opinion: Conservative Fear vs Caution

Recently attended the 2018 Jewish Leadership Conference in midtown Manhattan, “Jews and Conservative Politics.” I was one of few liberals in an assemblage of 800 people. Though not politically conservative — far from it — I was drawn to this conference in no small part by the opportunity to imbibe the scholarly prowess of several…

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Howard Lupovitch, Adam Weiner and Jonathan Neumann on a panel

Commentary: Taking the Next Step

Dorene Weisberg On Sunday, Nov. 18, the Michigan Jewish Action Council, along with the Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies at Wayne State University, presented “The Jewish Right-Left Divide: Can We Bridge the Gap?” This dialogue was the first step in a process to bring rapport to the Jewish community. An enthusiastic and engaged crowd filled…

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A man in a white robe reads from a scroll in a hot and sunny rocky desert landscape Shabbat Rosh Chodesh

Weekly Torah Portion – The Proof Of Prophecy

Parshat Re’eh: Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17; Isaiah 66:11-24. (Shabbat Rosh Chodesh) The litmus test for true prophecy described in this week’s Torah portion (Deuteronomy 13:2-6) reveals much about the prophet’s role in ancient Israel. In a nutshell, an individual claiming to be a prophet, even if this individual provides seemingly miraculous signs and wonders in support of…

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