A smart, hip and provocative book for anyone interested in the rich diversity of Jewish thought on contemporary questions.
About the Author
Amy E. Schwartz is Moment Magazine's opinion and book editor, as well as editor of the magazine's popular "Ask the Rabbis" section. Schwartz was a longtime editorial writer and op-ed columnist at The Washington Post, covering education, science and culture. She has also worked at Harper's, The New Republic and The Wilson Quarterly. She is president of the non-denominational Jewish Study Center in Washington, DC and speaks and runs workshops on topics of Jewish commentary, psalms and literature nationwide. Rabbi Irving (Yitz) Greenberg is president of the Hadar Institute's J.J. Greenberg Institute for the Advancement of Jewish Life. His many books include The Jewish Way, Sage Advice: Pirkei Avot and the forthcoming The Triumph of Life. He was chairman of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council and founding president of the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. Rabbi Shira Stutman is the senior rabbi at Sixth & I in Washington, DC. She is rabbi-in-residence for the Jewish Federations of North America and teaches on the faculty of the Wexner Foundation's Heritage Program. She was named one of America's Most Inspiring Rabbis by The Forward, spotlighted as a Woman to Watch by Jewish Women International, and featured as a notable rabbi by Tablet Magazine.