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Revitalizing our Tradition

The establishment of the State of Israel, together with the challenges that modernity has presented to the Jewish people – in Israel and elsewhere in the world – confronts Judaism with a reality unlike any that it has encountered for nearly 2,000 years.  In response, there is an urgent need to rediscover and reactivate Judaism in its vibrant, authentic, but ever-changing form.

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Cardozo Academy Think Tank

DCA Think Tank

The DCA’s Jerusalem Think Tank, a forum of Jewish thinkers, educators and leaders, explores a wide range of Jewish topics–matters they struggle with every day–with the hope that exploring uncharted realms of Judaism in these challenging sessions will further invigorate authentic religious living.

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Cardozo Academy Jerusalem Lectures

Jerusalem Lecture Series

The Jerusalem Lecture Series features acclaimed professors and educators addressing topics rarely discussed publicly in observant Jewish circles.

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The Challenge of Limmud

Limmud offers me the entire Jewish world in a microcosm. As one who teaches Judaism, I need to know what is happening in the larger Jewish world—all the struggles, the differences of opinion, the paradoxes, and the pain of many of my fellow Jews who don’t fit into an easily definable box but still love being part of our great endeavor.

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Lonely, but not Alone

Rabbi Cardozo’s short spiritual autobiography, Lonely but not Alone, was published in the May 2013 issue of “Conversations: The Journal of the Institute for Jewish Ideas and Ideals.” This is soon to be expanded into a philosophical autobiography spanning four decades of R’ Cardozo’s life and thought.

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