What’s a Rabbi to do with the Rob Tannenbaums of the world?

That, believe it or not, was the title of a blog entry today: “What’s a Rabbi to do with the Rob Tannenbaums of the world?”

You can read it yourself, at ravmorey.wordpress.com.

Now, I know what a priest would do. But a rabbi? I was expecting a lecture, to be blunt — no matter how many times rabbis endorse what we do, or invite us to perform at their synagogues, I still think we’re one song away from being yanked by the ear. But this rabbi’s thoughts, even though he doesn’t seem to have ever heard our music, were far more provocative, and I agree with his central premise: inclusion suits our religion.

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  1. Ediane says:

    Of the over 1 billion pelope in populations who usually practice male circumcision (Moslems, Koreans, Filipinos, orthodox and coptic christians, Americans…), perhaps 10 to 20 million are Jewish, what’s that? single figures percent?Add in the very aryan super hero, and yep, we’re into the lefty paradise of certain “social experiments” of the 1930s and 40s.I think the Dutchman did a post a few months back showing the cartoonist who drew “the eternal jew” propaganda, after his neck problem got sorted for all of eternity.I’m no fan of circumcision, but I do know what national socialists are, and I’m not going to be associated with them.

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