"Continuity and Change" - doesn't it have a nice ring to it? BJPA authors agree:
- Continuity and Change in Contemporary Jewish Life: The Case of Me'ah (2006)
- Continuity and Change: The Hornstein Program's Approach to Educating Jewish Communal Professionals (1998)
- Continuity and Change: A Challenge for Jewish Communal Service (1993)
- The Jewish Family: Continuity and Change (1983)
A total of 92 BJPA articles include the term "continuity and change" and a Google search for "continuity and change" jewish yields 55,000 results. Is this a buzzword to spurned or an ethos to be embraced? Sometimes things are cliché for a reason, right?