This (10th) volume of the Peoplehood Papers sets out “to explore the potential for developing some kind of synthesis between Jewish Peoplehood and Pluralism.” Today, Jews differ on core Jewish issues, and thus, sustaining a sense of commonality is increasingly complex. The articles in this issue are written by practitioners who were asked to offer their perspectives, solutions and strategies. “What was most encouraging was the consensus between the writers that if approached properly pluralism can actually enrich and contribute to Jewish Peoplehood.”
This is the whole edition of the Peoplehood Papers #10. For individual articles, click here.