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Why I am a Conservative Jew Rabbi Aaron Starr I recently read Jesse Arm’s blog post, Why I’m Now a Former Conservative Jew ( I received rabbinical ordination at the Reform movement’s seminary, and served as a Reform rabbi for four years.
I chose to become a Conservative Jew and a Conservative rabbi, and I believe that Conservative Judaism holds the key to the survival of liberal Judaism in the 21st century.
The last of those characteristics is the newest one attached to my identity.
In fact, I made the decision to no longer classify myself in this fashion less than 24 hours ago, upon reading of the recent change in standards decided upon at USY’s international convention.
What I mean by that is the ignorance like the "I took your man/women attitude", "I've been there done that, I had that person first bullshit" or any other boastful ways of thinking. see if we can't grasp this simple concept we will always be limited in the way we can love and find it.
These ideas cultivate a bad heart and reasoning which could lead to more harmful thing's. Let's face it it's already a hard commodity to come by in today's world why make the market smaller.
It's no different then talking to someone who doesn't know a friend or family member you know, either way you're basically talking to a person who has been in a previous relationship.
To put it simply: USY, Ramah and Conservative Judaism are good, and are necessary, for the future of the Jewish people.
Like Jesse, I too grew up in Metro Detroit and I too have the University of Michigan on my resume.
I became a Conservative Jew because Conservative Judaism provides a philosophy and practice that is intellectually rich and spiritually fulfilling.
Each visit was unique and a chance to experience a different way of life.
I'm sure most have a opinion or view about it, but when asked will call it "interdating" this question I gave my thoughts about it and they were not to the other party's liking.In fact, such ruach, Talmud Torah, and commitment to kavod and tikkun olam are values to which every sacred community should aspire.