Countless sermons have been wasted on this topic, and its specter has launched numerous fund-raising campaigns for institutions that usually have little clue on how to creatively adapt to a changing community.
As a result, many of our Jewish leaders and even major philanthropists are finding that their grandchildren are not necessarily being raised Jewishly.
“I now half-jokingly consider myself a Jewish man’s rebellion and guard myself against again landing in that role.” Readers railed against the essay for its perceived stereotyping, and mocked it in various outlets and social media.
Some online commenters have called it vaguely anti-Semitic.
(JTA) — Carey Purcell seems to be done dating Jewish men, as she explained in a Washington Post essay that earned her a deluge of attention — and none of it the good kind.