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Arnold Eisen on prayer and silence

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Is attending services supposed to be like the philharmonic where the expectation is that you sit in silence? Or should you be part of the symphony? Today on Tablet, Arnold Eisen, chancellor of The Jewish Theological Seminary, makes the case for noise. Check it out here.

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