NEW YORK (RNS) — For Jews who cover the car industry at the New York International Auto Show's media days, which often fall during Passover, the seder at Katz’s Deli has become a respite.
Let's hear it for cultural appropriation. Without it, Judaism could not exist.
Over at Religion Dispatches, Rebecca Cynamon-Murphy -- a Christian woman married to a Jewish man -- urges her co-religionists to forego the increasingly popular American Christian practice of hosting their own Passover seders. I say why not?