In this series of essays organized around the Jewish calendar, Jonathan Wittenberg engages with moral and theological questions — the relationship between God and the Holocaust, humanity’s responsibility for its actions, the transience of life — in language that is both precise and passionate. His meditations on the wonders of the natural world and the impact of intergenerational memory invite readers to consider the religious essence of everyday life.}}Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg was born in Glasgow, Scotland and moved to London as a boy. After studying literature at Cambridge, he was ordained as a rabbi and has been a leader in the development of the Masorti movement for traditional, non-fundamentalist Judaism. He currently serves as rabbi of New North London Synagogue.
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