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  • Reply to: Shia Labeouf Becomes A Christian -- Which Celebs Became Jewish?   4 hours 41 min ago

    Pathetic

  • Reply to: Shia Labeouf Becomes A Christian -- Which Celebs Became Jewish?   5 hours 9 min ago

    Shia should read the book "Leavin Jesus" written by ex Evangelical Pastor who converted to Judaism and also "The Caesar's Messiah" by ex Christian historian who found out about Jesus being Julius Caesar himself. Besides Christianity is Paulism not the real faith that Jesus or Yeshua professed which was Judaism.

  • Reply to: The Jewish Picasso Of Tremont   5 hours 18 min ago

    One of the most influential and positive minded individuals I have ever met

  • Reply to: Leading Rabbi Quits Local Court Citing 'Agenda of Feminists'   5 hours 20 min ago

    There are many flaws in this article, but the last quote is laughable. Mrs. Greenberg of JOFA flexes her feminist muscles and declares, “This change is here to stay.”

    Please. What change?

    Many people out there are celebrating the nonsensical notion that women are playing a rabbinical role. Dream on, Mrs. Greenberg.

    The panel will NOT being passing judgment on the Halachic standards of the GPS system. That is not their mandate. The panel will be looking at Mikvah security and checking to confirm that, unlike the alleged situation in DC, the rabbis are being nice to conversion candidates. That doesn't take a rabbi. It doesn't even take a Jew!

    The Left is going to do whatever it can to spin the terrible events alleged to have taken place in Washington to advance a feminist agenda any way they can. That's why they want to view this move as the long-awaited empowerment of women in Orthodox religious communal practice.

    So let's get a few things straight. One bad apple allegedly did bad things. And, if true, that is unforgivable. The overwhelming majority of rabbis in the GPS system are sincere, caring, decent, and compassionate human beings. And this panel will confirm that.

    And the RCA, being Orthodox, doesn’t believe in woman rabbis. Never has. Never will.

  • Reply to: Leading Rabbi Quits Local Court Citing 'Agenda of Feminists'   6 hours 18 min ago

    God forbid the system should improve to reflect the concerns of women. God knows the deck has been stacked against them for too long. Is there any reason at all, given the growing numbers of yoatzot and maharats, why women should not be given primary responsibility (if not sole responsibility) in the areas of taharat hamishpacha and (for conversion) mikvah?

    The onus is on Rabbi Pruzansky here. Apparently he wants to travel backwards in time. He has no business being on this Beit Din, let alone heading it. Glad to hear he has jumped ship.