During a time of rapid change in the American Jewish community, an outstanding group of Jewish scholars and professionals address the critical problems and future prospects of American Jewry. They discuss the sharp controversies over feminism and religious language, new data on the relationship between Israelis and American Jews, and the interaction between family and synagogue. The wide scope of topics provides an understanding of the dynamics shaping the lives of American Jews and their diverse views of the future.
"This book is exciting. It brims with spiritual, intellectual, and practical vigor. The variety of essayists and the interaction among writers gives the reader a sense of involvement in a stimulating colloquium. " — Baruch Frydman-Kohl, Congregation Ohav Shalom