Bigotry in Judaism and Finding Inspiration from Other Religions While Being Committed to One’s Own

Guest:
A successful businessman who raised a beautiful family in an Orthodox community to which he is committed to. Yet he calls out the bigotry he finds within it towards the “other”, and welcomes the inspiration he finds in other religions and non-Jews .

Summary:
– I had a sense of superiority to my Jewish girlfriend who knew less about Judaism than me.
– Though I understand the bigotry that possessed my parents, I reject it.
– To Peretz, “Would you allow your children to marry a new-comer to Chabad or a convert to Judaism”?

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