I Will Not Let You Go Until You Bless Me : Memoirs of a Reform Rabbi

I Will Not Let You Go Until You Bless Me : Memoirs of a Reform Rabbi

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Not Going Gently into the Night (or, How to 1 (4)
Retire Gracefully and Painlessly)
Why Being a Rabbi Is No Job for a Nice Jewish 5 (12)
Boy or Girl (or, Confronting the Rabbi
Shortage)
What Do You Find Wonderful About Each Other? 17 (8)
What Do You Find Obnoxious About Each Other?
(or, The Fine Art of Premarital Counseling)
Your Visit Means the World to Me, Rabbi! (or, 25 (14)
Pastoral Counseling: Its Hazards and Its
Rewards)
They Don't Make Rebbitzens Like That Anymore! 39 (6)
(or, The Vanishing Rabbi's Wife)
Rabbi, For a Long Time We've Been Growing 45 (8)
Apart Translation: I'm Fooling Around with
Somebody Else! (or, The Challenge of Divorce
Counseling)
Great House Tonight, Rabbi! (or, The High 53 (10)
Holy Day Trauma)
Rabbi, You're Driving Them Away from Judaism! 63 (10)
(or, Who Is Really at Fault?)
We're Planning a Las Vegas Night for Our 73 (6)
Kid's Bar Mitzvah (or, Making a Mockery of
the Jewish Future)
Establishing Jewish Identity for Children of 79 (6)
Mixed Marriages
Speaking Good or Ill About the Dead (or, 85 (6)
Doing Justice to the Deceased)
Ecumenical Squirming and the Unbridgeable 91 (18)
Divide in Interfaith Dialogue
What Makes the State of Israel Jewish (or, 109(6)
What Really Defines Us Over here?)
You're Kidding About Turning the Other Cheek, 115(6)
Aren't You? (or, Old Testament Morality vs.
New Testament Morality: Which Is More
Realistic?)
Better You Should Have Chosen Some Other 121(4)
People! (or, What Does It Really Mean to Be
Chosen by God?)
How Can a Gentile Cope with Jewish History. 125(8)
(or, What Christians Have to Learn About
Christian Anti-Semitism
How One Jew Can Instinctively Spot Another 133(4)
(or, Why Are Jews Recognizable to One
Another?)
From ``God Is In His Holy Temple'' to 137
``Deidle Deidle Dee Dum Deidle Deidle Dee''
(or, What Separates Old-Time Reform Judaism
from Modern Day Mainstream Reform?)