Letters To The Editor

January 2, 2014

As a participant in the Union for Reform Judaism’s biennial conference in San Diego, I was quite surprised at the editorial that questioned what was next for the movement (“Lingering Questions For The Reform Movement,” Dec. 20). Rather than reaching out to those of us who were at the conference — there were many from CONTINUE »

January 2, 2014

I’m a longtime reader who was shocked to see a recipe calling for “real bacon bits” in the pages of the paper I love so much (“Start Your Ovens!” Dec. 13). Although I’m not Orthodox, I find it offensive to suggest to Jewish readers that they use real bacon in their food. Even though a CONTINUE »

January 2, 2014

I note that Dec. 20 introductory piece “A Promising Future.” I hope that it is. However, the ending of two phrases with a preposition (“Jewish leaders grapple with” and “a terrific team to work with”) and the annoyingly incorrect use of “hopefully” do not bode well for the quality of CONTINUE »

December 26, 2013

Marc Shapiro’s fine story of “Latkes With A Side Of The Lord” (Dec. 13) highlighted the targeting by Jews for Jesus of the vulnerable, lonely, young and confused on the University of Maryland campus. In the piece, Ruth Guggenheim went so far as to categorize the Messianics as “spiritual predators.” CONTINUE »

December 26, 2013

I’m a member of the community here, and I was shocked and dismayed by your editorial, “An Alternative To Peace?” (Dec. 13). … Whining about all the bad things that will happen to Israel if it doesn’t make a comprehensive peace is the same lame argument from J Street, to which I would bet you CONTINUE »