Many of my Jewish friends do little, to absolutely nothing, to attach themselves to the Jewish world outside of having Jewish friends. The assimilation rate is rampant. Studies have shown this is partly due to the millennials viewing their Judaism the same as any other part of their life, and their fear of labels – being too religious or too Jewy.
The few, the proud, the PKs (Preachers’ Kids).
Twin Cities, meet the first of the new pack of cool rabbis to come to town, Rabbi Jeremy Fine, at Temple of Aaron.