Reading the Bible with Jewish Eyes
Moments of Torah with Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson
You may be Jew or Gentile (non-Jew).
You may be "spiritual but not religious."
There's no need to interpret the Bible literally.
And there's no need to "agree" with it all.
It's the stories and moments of Torah that count,
offering guidance for how we live our lives, that count.
Moments of Torah
Additional short essays in Open Horizons
Walking the Walk of Torah: Open to the God of Fresh Possibilities
Passover: There's an Egypt in All of Us
Know that God meets us where we are
Become a blessings for Others
Let the Light In (Noah's Ark)
Dance as if Your Life Depended on It
End Slavery (again and again, forever)
Always Fight Hate
Recognize that life itself is Divine
Add salt to your life and help others do the same
Honor both sides of your life (inner and outer)
Get to the Point of the Ten Commandments
Live Each Moment, Moment by Moment
Let everyone participate
Dance for freedom
Learn from the midwives
Let God dwell in your heart
End the war on women
Honoring the Land
The Gift of Connection
Life is for the Living
Thanksgiving as a Way of Life