Naked Rabbi, The

Naked Rabbi, The

The joys, quirks and pitfalls of congregational life when God is both present and absent.

Naked Rabbi, The

The joys, quirks and pitfalls of congregational life when God is both present and absent.

Paperback £10.99 || $16.95

May 27, 2022
978-1-78904-729-5

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May 27, 2022
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Clergy, Judaism (general), Religious

Synopsis

What is it really like being a minister of religion? How much Vicar of Dibley, dealing with dotty parishioners and how much Rev, wading through social dilemmas and individual crises?

The Naked Rabbi takes a serious, but also affectionate, look at the life of a rabbi, which will resonate with any person of faith.

Jonathan Romain opens a remarkable window onto cycle of life areas - from birth to betrothal to burial - along with the joys, hiccups and tragedies in between.

He also charts how he has put sermons into action, speaking out on issues such as pioneering a more welcoming approach to mixed-faith couples, trying to make faith schools more inclusive, arguing for assisted dying to be legalised, and intervening in the 2020 General Election against Jeremy Corbyn.

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