Religion: Back to the Synagogue

U.S. Judaism seems to be experiencing a powerful revival. Synagogues and seminaries are expanding, congregation membership and attendance figures are rising, and more & more young faces are turning up at Sabbath worship. But according to Jewish free-lance scholar Will Herberg, Jews should not mistake these facts as signs of a religious awakening. After six months of study and interviews on the subject, Herberg has concluded that the revival must ground itself in religion or it will not amount to much.

In the April issue of the Jewish monthly Commentary, Author Herberg says...

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