From This View

April 3, 2014

Ada Grodzinsky (Your Say, March 28) really should learn to read material closely and forego putting words into other people’s mouths. This she has done twice, with regard to both Baruch Shaw and Stanleigh Cohen, imputing value claims to what was a pure and simple recitation of accurate historical fact on both Shaw’s and Cohen’s CONTINUE »

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BY Rabbi Benjamin Sharff
April 3, 2014

Over the last several years, the world has indeed changed with the power of social media and the Internet and all the revolutionary new ways of connecting people interactively. Synagogues today need to stay in tune with the times and learn how to connect congregants to the synagogue community and each other. Communication today focuses CONTINUE »

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BY Rabbi Yerachmiel Shapiro
April 3, 2014

It was very kind of the JT to provide members of the Baltimore Board of Rabbis a forum to express their views freely. I had absolutely no guidelines for what I was to write about in this article. I thought, should I write a political article trying to convince readers to support my views on CONTINUE »

March 27, 2014

I am complaining about the very incomplete coverage of Ralph Jaffe’s gubernatorial campaign and his ongoing movement as compared with that of his opponents, who have been able to exploit your readers and the wider public for years (“Candidates Game for Decriminalization,” Feb. 21). Are you aware that the Jaffe movement has thousands of students? CONTINUE »

BY Jay Bernstein
March 27, 2014

The Jewish community is threatened. Queen Esther not only is silent, but also opposes the activism of Morde-chai. The response of Mordechai is blunt: “If you persist in keeping silent at a time like this, relief and deliverance will come to the Jews from elsewhere, and you and your father’s house will perish.” A chastened CONTINUE »