Including All Jews in the Conversation about Covenant

By Arnold Eisen

Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education, November 2012

Covenant defines the Jewish people as more than a religious group, ethnicity, or political entity. Because of covenant, Jews are bound to one another, to the world, and to God. Jews should stop thinking of themselves in "secular" or "religious" terms and simply communicate with each other as people, defining who we are and what we want to achieve.

Topic: Peoplehood, Covenant, Discourse and Dialogue

Name of Publication: The Peoplehood Papers

Editor: Ravid, Shlomi

Volume/Issue: 9

Page Number(s): 28-30

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Genre: Article

Language: English

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Eisen, Arnold. Including All Jews in the Conversation about Covenant. The Peoplehood Papers. Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education. November 2012: 28-30.


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