- Why is it so difficult to talk about Israel? And how can we promote more civil and engaged discussion?
- At a moment when the Jewish community is pushing the concept of peoplehood — which aims to pitch a broad, wide tent for Jews — are we also creating certain barriers for Jews around the periphery?
- Every community has boundaries of one sort or another. Most of us take for granted, for example, that believers in Jesus, including those who profess to be Jews, aren’t Jews. What other boundaries do you feel are useful, even essential?
- Aside from Israel, what is most difficult for American Jews to talk about?
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