Promoting a Judaism engaged with the world

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June 12, 2014 12:02

An interview with former British chief rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks.




Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks stands in the garden of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem. (photo credit:SAM SOKOL)

A Judaism engaged with the outside world that grapples with the philosophical and ethical issues of the day can help bring Jews back to their faith, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks says.

Sitting in the lobby of Jerusalem’s King David Hotel with The Jerusalem Post Magazine last week, the former British chief rabbi discussed anti-Semitism, Jewish demographics and the future of the brand of moderate Orthodoxy he represents.

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