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David J. Wolpe



David J. Wolpe is an American Rabbi, author, and influential public speaker in the tradition of Conservative Judaism. He has written and spoken on a wide range of faith-related topics, including calling into question the historicity of the Biblical exodus.

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Why Be Jewish

In this short and inspiring text, Rabbi David J. Wolpe addresses all who seek to enlarge the spiritual side of their lives.

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Why Faith Matters

In Why Faith Matters, Rabbi David J. Wolpe blends the powerful personal story of his struggles with his own faith with a poignant response to the new atheists that reveals just how important faith in modern society.

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Making Loss Matter: Creating Meaning in Difficult Times

Some losses are so subtle they go unnoticed, some so overwhelming and cruel they seem unbearable. Coping with grief and experiencing loss overwhelms us in ways that seem both hopeless and endless.

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FindCenter Quotes ImageThe only whole heart is a broken one because it lets the light in.

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Is There an Afterlife? - Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, David Wolpe, Bradley Artson Shavit

'In this recent Whizin Center for Continuine Education program, leading advocates for atheism, Christopher Hitchens and Sam Harris square off against Newsweek top rabbis, David Wolpe and Bradley Artson Shavit to determine what may or may not happen in the hereafter.

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Healer of Shattered Hearts: A Jewish View of God

In a work of remarkable clarity and wisdom, Rabbi Wolpe confronts a central dilemma of modern Judaism, combining his deep knowledge of ancient tradition with modern sensibilities to show contemporary Jews that God still speaks to them--to their daily struggles, angers, fears, and needs, offering...

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Technology and the Age of Broken Tablets

We need to think about the values we treasure, the world we create and the tablets we are writing. The Torah must be both adopted and adapted in this new world. We stand again at Sinai, and the revelation, dark or bright, is in our hands.

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Breaking Down Judaism | Rabbi Wolpe | Spirituality | Rubin Report

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Rabbi Wolpe (Senior Rabbi of Sinai Temple) about Judaism, Orthodoxy, Conservative Judaism, Reform Judaism, the political component to Judaism, the state of Jews in America in 2017, and more.

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In Speech and in Silence: The Jewish Quest for God

Drawing on the Bible, Talmud, and Midrashic sources, the author traces the Jewish search for God through language.

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Having the Eyes of God on us is a Blessing

To be watched is to feel the expectation of the watcher. The driver is more careful with a police car behind, the high school athlete more adept with the cheerleader on the sideline, every performance heightened once there is an audience. To be seen is to behave differently.

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