Over at Mah Rabu, we have an ongoing series that documents and analyzes the pluralistic practices that independent Jewish communities are developing:
- Taxonomy of Jewish pluralism (Read this one first)
- Hilchot Pluralism, Part I
- Hilchot Pluralism, Part II
- Hilchot Pluralism, Part III
- Hilchot Pluralism, Part IV
Jewschool readers: A lot of us are involved in Jewish communities that are pluralistic in one way or another. What practices has your community developed that haven’t been addressed in this series so far? What belongs in Part V and beyond?