A call for change

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo says Jewish law has become stagnant, conformist and out of touch with reality.

April 12, 2018 21:00
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RABBI NATHAN Lopes Cardozo thinks that Jewish law has ‘fallen victim to boredom’

RABBI NATHAN Lopes Cardozo thinks that Jewish law has ‘fallen victim to boredom’. (photo credit: CARDOZO ACADEMY)


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Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo is angry.

In his latest work, Jewish Law as Rebellion: A Plea for Religious Authenticity and Halachic Courage, Cardozo seems irate at the current state of Judaism and Jewish law.


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