4 thoughts on “Is the bimah a place for politics?

  1. Worked in a Conservative shul where the rabbi’s job was in jeopardy for the following:
    1) He placed promo brochures for an Aids march on every seat in the main sanctuary during Rosh Hashanah.
    2) He said “penis” when discussing the Bobbitt incident.

  2. It’s nice to see my rabbi mentioned in this article supporting less political sermons. I’d rather not hear mention of the upcoming election or current political events during the High Holiday services.

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