Learning

Jewish learning is a life-long project.

As Jews, we are the heirs of an incredibly rich and meaningful tradition. As Reform Jews, we have the ability to look through a lens that takes the best insights of the modern world, and applies them to ancient texts. We don’t stop learning about science or literature when we reach 13; the same should be true of our explorations of spirituality, sacred texts, and God.

There is a wonderful saying in the rabbinic tradition: “the one who is easily-embarrassed cannot learn” (insert source from Pirkei Avot). Don’t be shy… take a leap of learning with us.

On-line learning sources from the Reform movement:

http://blogs.rj.org/

www.myjewishlearning.com