Here are some of my other writings:

My blog posts on My Jewish Learning

“What’s the Best Approach to Dealing with Christmas?” in Jewish in Seattle magazine

“Building the Parapet of Gun Legislation” a chapter in Not By Might: Channeling the Power of Faith to End Gun Violence

A Prayer for Healing after a Hate Crime on Ritualwell

“Peace Parasha: Tisha B’Av–Kindness, Justice and Righteousness,” Americans for Peace Now

“Jacob and Laban: How Not to do Healthcare” on Torah from T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

“The Voice Trembles: Parashat Tzav” on Torah from T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

“Amplifying My ‘Still, Small Voice’ to Testify Against Human Trafficking” on the website of T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

A contribution to The Other Side of the Sea: A Haggadah on Fighting Modern-Day Slavery, published by T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

“Identity, Status and Rabbinic Leadership in Contemporary Judaism” in The Reconstructionist

“The Politics of Judaism” (book review) in The Reconstructionist

“Reading Toevah: Biblical Scholarship and Difficult Texts” in The Reconstructionist (recently cited in a footnote in this article on cross-dressing)

“Membership, Identity and Status” (book review) in The Reconstructionist

Religion is More Than Text” in The Olympian

Marriage Language Adds Needed Language About Religious Leaders” in The Olympian

Biblical Challenges Still With Us, Including Water” in the Olympian

Charity Especially Needed in These Times” in the Olympian

“Yom Haherut: Celebrating our American Redemption” in Reconstructionism Today

I have also contributed commentary to Kol Haneshamah: Prayers for a House of Mourning, published by Reconstructionist Press and the chapter on “Shavuot” for A Guide to Jewish Practice, vol. 2: Shabbat and Holidays

One thought on “Writings

  1. Don Victor

    Shalom, Seth. Just tried to send you and Yohanna an e-mail but to a series of failed addresses. I t ap pears securely napping in Drafts. P_lease, send me a contact e-mail. Shalom.


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