Sometimes, being faithful means skipping football – Rabbi Barry Gelman

Chevra,

Earlier this week I posted an article related to a Modern Orthodox woman who was a contestant on ANTM. The article raised the question as to whether or not Modern Orthodoxy has made a mistake in thinking that we can have it all.

Here is a link to an article by Ken Herman of the Austin American Statesman.  It is a question with a uniquely Texan take. It is a refreshing approach to faith and popular culture. I think the writer makes great points and highlights the question of sacrifice and faith. Here is the link – http://www.statesman.com/opinion/sometimes-being-faithful-means-skipping-football-945609.html

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