Noah Lawrence

Rabbinic Intern

Noah Lawrence writes about the intersection of spirituality, culture and ethics. He has served at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague and the US Senate, and is now the rabbinic intern at Congregation Kol Ami of Westchester, NY and a fourth-year rabbinical student at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion. Follow him @noahlawr on Twitter.

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Why Mary Oliver Was the Secular Clergy Our Times Need

by Noah Lawrence

A Call in a Café’s Closing

by Noah Lawrence

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