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Shavuot: the ancient festival is a lot more than just cheesecake and confirmation. It’s a celebration – a reenactment, in a way – of the central religious moment of the Jewish saga, when God reveals the Torah at Mount Sinai. Yet, what does revelation mean to Reconstructionists, who don’t believe in a supernatural God? How do we think about receiving the Torah today?
This page offers resources to explore these questions and many more. And, for sure, you’ll find a new dairy recipe or two. Go ahead and start sampling.

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