‘Disruptive’ Judaism

By Fredric Price on May 19, 2020

I was privileged to be interviewed on Judaism Unbound, a groundbreaking podcast by Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg. The subject was ‘Doing Jewish for Yourself.’

If you want to know more about disruptive Judaism, sign up for this podcast. Here’s what they’re all about:

“Judaism Unbound, a project of the Institute for the Next Jewish Future, is a project that catalyzes and supports grassroots efforts by “disaffected but hopeful” American Jews to re-imagine and re-design Jewish life in America for the 21st Century. Access the Judaism Unbound website here.

Judaism Unbound produces a once-a-week podcast, runs an active facebook page, and features blog posts by fellows of the Institute for the Next Jewish Future and guests.

Judaism Unbound values the ways that you choose to connect to Judaism, whether through rituals steeped in millennia-old traditions or through entirely new paradigms that ancient Jewish texts never dreamed of; whether your Judaism includes participation in Jewish communal organizations or not; whether you live and breathe Jewishly 24/7 or you just want to connect once or twice a year; whether you think of yourself as Jewish, half-Jewish, Jewish-and-X, partly-Jewish, not-Jewish, or Jew-ish.

Dan and Lex also now publish JewishLive, “Your portal to live-streaming Jewish experiences on the internet.”