By Rabbi Brian Field
At its root, Judaism is not principally about being Jewish but the Jewish people’s responses to the eternal human questions.
In short, Judaism is not just for Jews.
It’s for anyone who might be engaged by the Jewish conversations about being human.
It means that everything in Judaism is potentially available to any human being,
And therefore Judaism needs to be languaged in a way that is fully accessible to any person.
There are as many ways of being human as there are human beings.
Judaism includes many of these ways.
What’s your way?
Let’s explore it together.