Discussion Guide - Discussion Guide - Multidimensional Judaism

February 1, 2013
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  1. Questions are integral to Jewish life, belief, and practice. What are the questions you ask yourself? What questions do you ask your children and family? What questions do you ask your rabbis and teachers?
  2. How do we educate for a multidimensional Jewish experience? How might an education for the “whole person,” not just the “Jewish” part of who we are, change the educational experience and our understanding of Judaism?
  3. How does the question “Whom do I face?” inform your own Judaism? How do each of the six questions inform your sense of self as a Jew? How do the individual questions play off of and interface with one another?
  4. How are the essential Jewish sensibilities, ethics, ethos, practices, and beliefs that inform our lives connected to one another?
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