Rabbi James Rosenberg
The need for theological humility PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 21 June 2013 18:26
Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James RosenbergWe entered the plaza to the sounds of thousands of ultra-Orthodox men screaming insults and throwing garbage. The difference this week was that instead of the police dragging women off in handcuffs they made a barrier of blue uniforms holding back a sea of men trying to fall upon us. The angry crowd could not drown out our songs of joy at this victory.”
Meyer Wolfsheim: The fly in the artistry PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 June 2013 14:20
Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James Rosenberg
Many consider F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby,” first published in 1925 by Charles Scribner’s Sons, to be “the great American novel.” Over the years, filmmakers have tried and tried again, with limited success, to capture the elusive essence of this classic evocation of the jazz age.
‘To the End of the Land’ PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 24 May 2013 16:30
Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James RosenbergDavid Grossman’s epic novel, “To the End of the Land” (translated by Jessica Cohen, Alfred A. Knopf, 2010), was originally published in Hebrew in 2008.  The Hebrew title, “Isha Borachat Me’besurah,” means, in the context of Grossman’s story, “A Woman Running Away from (Bad) News.”  At first, I found  the radical difference between the Hebrew and English titles confusing.  However, by the time I completed the 576 pages of the English version, I had come to see that each title emphasizes a separate but essential aspect of Grossman’s complex narrative.
Israel’s gatekeepers PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 10 May 2013 20:39
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This past January, the National Society of Film Critics here in the United States deemed the Israeli film, “The Gatekeepers,” to be the best nonfiction movie of 2012.  About a week later, “The Gatekeepers,” was one of two Israeli films – along with only three others – nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary.
Jewish history and memory PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 26 April 2013 16:03
Rabbi James RosenbergRabbi James RosenbergThe front page of the Feb. 5 edition of the New York Times carried the striking picture of the “tortuously curved spine” of Richard III (1452-1485), king of England from 1483 until he was killed in the Battle of Bosworth Field on Aug. 22, 1485.  The accompanying article explained that the skeleton – excavated last September in a Leicester, England parking lot – had just been positively identified through DNA evidence as the medieval English king.
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