“So much of contemporary North American Jewish life is like running a heat lamp outdoors in the winter”

So much of contemporary North American Jewish life is like running a heat lamp outdoors in the winter. It is so inefficient, so attenuated by the entropy of contemporary society, and still overwhelmed by (post-)Christian assumptions and patterns of thought and behavior that define the West.

Rabbi Ethan Tucker, Facebook post (2 January 2020) [https://www.facebook.com/ethan.m.tucker/posts/10156848432465976]