Yehuda is the author of Shuva: The Future of the Jewish Past, a work of constructive theology that offers new thinking on how contemporary Jews can and should relate to our past while living profoundly in the present. As a fellow in the Institute’s iEngage Project, Yehuda writes and teaches widely on the central challenges facing Jewish life in both America and Israel, and how new Jewish thinking can help us stand up to these challenges.
Yehuda previously served on the faculty of Brandeis University as the inaugural Chair of Jewish Communal Innovation. He lives in New York with his wife, Stephanie Ives, and their three children.
ARTICLES BY YEHUDA KURTZER
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