Our Common Vision; Our Common Purpose
Rabbinical Assembly of America (RA), March 19, 2006
In this speech to the Rabbinical Assembly Convention, the author reflects on the Conservative Movement's theoretical and much-bemoaned lack of a common purpose. Conservative Judaism does have a common purpose, the author argues, and that is to be a middle path between two extremes. The problem is not a lack of purpose, but a lack of confidence in and passion for the Conservative Movement. The moment that we become passionate about who we are and what we stand for; the moment that we model it with pride; teach it with exuberance; will be the moment of our resurgence as a movement.
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Greenbaum, Michael. Our Common Vision; Our Common Purpose. Rabbinical Assembly of America (RA). 19 March 2006: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=14667
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