Category: Election Day

Dead of a Broken Heart
By Alden Solovy
November 7, 2016
Torah, prayer, and politics mix. Even in an elections season that has been characterized as bitter and nasty, void of civility or compassion, the Torah does not let us off the hook.
Why We Need a Prayer for the Electorate
By David Zvi Kalman
October 31, 2016
A Prayer for the Electorate allows us a moment in services to recognize that civic engagement can be religious engagement, that tzedek is often fulfilled through public policy.
What Will We Seal?: Teshuvah in an Election Season
By David Ebenbach
October 5, 2016
Berosh hashanah yikatevun u've'yom tzom kippur yekhatemun.

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