Modern Orthodoxy

“The overpriced balloon of the Modern Orthodox experience rests on three core flaws”

The overpriced balloon of the Modern Orthodox experience rests on three core flaws:

Jewish organizations are too top heavy, with too many positions filled by wives and cronies, and with amply-paid rabbis who are out of touch with the financial woes of their congregants.

There are too many very wealthy board members controlling too much of the decision-making for the wider Jewish community. It’s time to get some working class and even poor people on the boards of schools and JCCs.

Too many sheep just go right along, with their heads buried in the rear end of the sheep in front of them. It’s time for a revolution.

A Jewish Father, “I can ‘do Jewish’ on just $40,000 a year”, The Times of Israel (11 September 2017) [http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/i-can-do-jewish-for-40000]