Susan Barocas: What is G-d?

Susan Barocas of the Washington DC Film Programs and Film Festival. Susan talks about her changing view of G-d over the years and how its developed beyond thinking of G-d as any gender, describing the relationship as “developing”

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Sarah Rabin Spira: On Growing Up as “Not Jewish Enough” part 1

Sarah, Director, Early Childhood, Youth and Family Programs, Washington, DC JCC, talks about what it was like growing up in a mixed religious home with a Baptist mother and a Jewish (but atheist) father and not being considered Jewish “enough” for many even to this day despite a Jewish husband, lifestyle, children and job.

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Elizabeth Sloan: What is G-d? part 2

Elizabeth continues on her views on what G-d is and how that centers around relationships, the family, Judaism and love.

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Halley Cohen: What is G-d? part 2

Halley continues her answer on what she feels is G-d and how that definition is personal for each individual.

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Jeremy Guzik: What is G-d? part 2

Jeremy continues his discussion on what G-d is and how Judaism differs from other religions in that instead of giving answers, it usually presents more questions.

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Jeremy Guzik: What is G-d? part 1

Filmed at Moishe House in Costa Mesa, CA, Jeremy talks about his belief as to what G-d is and how we differ from other creatures.

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Jeremy Wood: What is G-d? part 2

“If you were G-d for a day?” Jeremy gives us his thoughts on that question and how one day wouldn’t be enough.

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Jeremy Wood: What is G-d? part 1

Filmed in Washington, DC. Jeremy Wood of Vancouver, BC, Canada talks about his outreach in helping prevent and deal with HIV and how a biological disease should never be punishable and become a social disease and how he relates G-d to that.

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Kay and Fred: What does being Jewish mean?

Filmed in Washington DC – Kay and Fred talk about what being Jewish means to them which includes their desires for their children concerning Judaism.

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Mitch Cohen, What is G-d? part 4

Mitch talks about moments that he calls “G-d moments”, when one realizes the presence of G-d or the soul.

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