Ed Case Speaks on Interfaith Book “Radical Inclusion”

Top Pick March 17, 2019 Newton Free
Edmund Case (Courtesy photo)
Edmund Case (Courtesy photo)

Ed Case, founder of InterfaithFamily and the new Center for Radically Inclusive Judaism, will speak about his book, “Radical Inclusion: Engaging Interfaith Families for a Thriving Jewish Future.” A panel discussion will be held with a light reception to follow.

“I wrote ‘Radical Inclusion: Engaging Interfaith Families for a Thriving Jewish Future’ because after living an interfaith family life personally and working with interfaith families professionally, I firmly believe that engaging in liberal Jewish life can be a source of deep value and meaning not only for Jews, but equally for their partners from other faith traditions, and most importantly for the children of interfaith couples.”
—Ed Case

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