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For Emanuel’s Rabbi Hyatt: holiness and pluralism

odds of a newly-minted rabbi — or any rabbi, for that matter — getting a pulpit position in his or her hometown must be staggeringly low. “I don’t think I even realized how rare it was,” says Rabbi Emily Hyatt, who achieved precisely that earlier this year. “You can put in all the effort you […]
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Chris Leppek

IJN Assistant Editor |

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