This introduction to Reconstructionist Judaism explores the philosophy, theology, values, practice and organization of the movement.
This is a compilation of Zionist writings by Theodore Herzl, A.D. Gordon, David Ben-Gurion, Mordecai Kaplan and Jack Cohen.
Rabbis Erin Hirsh, RRC '00, and Shawn Zevit, RRC '98, engage in a dialogue about one of the most powerful and widely celebrated times of the Jewish year cycle. How did the Jewish New Year evolve? What are the key practices that express the central ideas of this High Holy Day? What are the Reconstructionist approaches? This is an episode of the radio program Heart, Mind and Spirit.
In this episode of the radio show Heart, Mind and Spirit, Rabbi Richard Hirsh, RRC '81, offers an-depth look at Reconstructionist theology, Kaplan's views of God and current views of how the Divine "Power that makes for Salvation" is expressed in our lives and communities.
Rabbis Jacob Staub, RRC '77, and Shawn Zevit, RRC '98, discuss the holiday of Passover: its origins, its status as the most celebrated Jewish festival, and its major themes (which are so rich for Reconstructionist interpretation. This is an episode of the radio program Heart, Mind and Spirit.
Rabbi Brian Walt, RRC '84, explores tikkun olam through Reconstructionist philosophy and communal values. This is an episode of the audio program Heart, Mind and Spirit.