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Elu v’Elu: Engaging Diversity

Humans of Hebrew College #HumansHC “I converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Mormon, when I was 13 years old, on my own, with no family support.  I have essentially grown up as a Latter-day Saint.  While I am a devout ‘believer,’ I have felt a hunger in my late middle years to learn more deeply, to understand more fully, to partake from sources of faith and… Read Article →

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Interfaith Families Jewish Engagement

Keren McGinity, Ph.D., director of the new  Interfaith Families Jewish Engagement (IFJE) program at Hebrew College’s Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education, weighs in on educating Jewish communal professionals to work with interfaith families. Q. Why is it important to have a program in interfaith family Jewish engagement? It is important because intermarriage is a prevalent reality in American society. Jewish communal professionals need to have the education and skills to serve the… Read Article →