"Rabbi Irwin Kula, president of Clal–The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, thought he’d done it all — books published, movies produced, appearances on notable television and radio shows. Writing a play never occurred to him, though.
Prominent Rabbi Irwin Kula’s new play “The Gospel According to Jerry” will premiere at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company April 16-May 8. More...
by Acts of Faith from Star Tribune, Minneapolis St. Paul, 4/6/11
"‘Liberals will use the Exodus story to confirm what they already believe — Wow, isn’t this great! The Arabs are having their own exodus now! And if one is conservative and suspicious of what’s going on in the Middle East, they’ll tend to see the Pharaoh and slavery lurking just beneath the Arab spring.’" More...
By Eric Herschthal from the Jewish Week, 4/12/11
This new comedy by Richard Krevolin and Irwin Kula will premiere at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company April 16-May 8, 2011.
The Gospel According to Jerry tells a story about Jerry Silver, a divorced rabbi with a personal void, and Nia Thompson, a devout church-going African American woman. Their lives intersect when Nia signs up for an over-eaters’ anonymous group that Jerry is leading for a master’s degree. A heartwarming relationship unfolds in this funny, new play that takes a contemporary look at spirituality, bias, stereotypes, and Jewish-African American connections.
Rabbi Irwin Kula talks with Mike Horn about the foods of Passover.
Debra Tuchman of Denver is beginning a three-year term as the new chairman of the board of directors of Clal–The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership.
Fifty years ago this spring, as Jews celebrated leaving Egypt, Americans were setting out on a new exodus.
This year we can celebrate both and build a better future by doing so.
Rabbi Irwin Kula joins Fox News LIVE to discuss the burning of the Koran in Florida and the violent response in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
"The newly enacted French ban on all face veils is a really poor response to a quite legitimate concern. The concern to which I refer is not what some see as the inevitable takeover of Europe by fundamentalist Muslims..."
"Rabbi Tsvi Blanchard, who lives and works in Manhattan, will look out the window from a lecture hall in the former East Berlin next week and see Germany’s Nazi past. He will look straight ahead and see its repentant future. The rabbi, who has lectured on Jewish law and other Jewish topics at Humboldt University since 2007, will serve, starting this semester, as the Meyer Struckman Professor of Jewish Law at the university’s law school.