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December 01, 1995 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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TORAH page 22

Warming up to the idea took
some time because, according to
Ms. Rosenblatt, she didn't know
one senator from another. "Arlen
said, 'You teach and I'll gather
the senators,' " she said.
A session often begins with Ms.
Rosenblatt offering one or two of
her insights into the weekly bib-
lical chapter. Then the text is put
in historical context and the chap-
ter is read. During the ensuing
discussion, every participant
gives an interpretation of the pas-
sage.
"These Bible-study groups are
like my book," Ms. Rosenblatt
said. "My goal is to make the
Bible user-friendly to the secular
world and, above all, to the Jew-
ish world.
"I do this for those who never
went back to the Book. This is to
bring it back and make it acces-
sible to people who want to ex-
amine life more carefully and get
back to basic values.
"For we Jews, it's our history.
It's important to make it clear for
generations of Jews, religious or
not. If you are a Jew, it's impor-
tant to know about the first 1,500
years of life as recorded in the
Bible."



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and not because of the food.
Leonard had a marvelous sense
of humor and he regaled me with
wonderful stories about Detroit,
its Jewish community and the
people he had known in his
decades-long involvement with
the city and with Jewish life.
Leonard was one of a kind. He
will certainly be missed.
Dr. Robert Rockaway
Ramat-Aviv, Israel

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How shocked, surprised and dis-
mayed I was to find Detroit Mayor
Dennis Archer on the front cover of
the Jewish News (Nov. 17).
We lit a candle for unity after
Rabin's assassination.
What a shame to have some-
one who marched with hateful
Farrakhan emblazoned on the
front cover of our Jewish News.
We have our own Jewish states-
men. How about David Hermelin,
Max Fisher, Joel Tauber, Shimon
Peres or our esteemed Rabbi
Eliezer Cohen of Young Israel-Oak
Woods, who enriches our lives by
only speaking of unity and love for
our fellow man.
Please find a better role model
to spread unity and love for our
people.

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