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Why Are Jews So Secular?
Jewish people are less likely to attend religious services or believe in God than any other American religious/Ethnic group.
How did American Jews become so secularized? And what does that say about Jewish identity in the 21st Century?
Come hear Rabbi Chalom’s understanding and take on these questions.
Rabbi Adam Chalom, Ph.D., is the Dean for North America of the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism. He also serves Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation in suburban Chicago. Rabbi Chalom was raised as a Humanistic Jew and holds degrees from Yale University and the University of Michigan.