I Am

A Journey in Jewish Faith


A Spiritual / Theological Reflection on the Shema

Finding one's self, one's people and one's God through practice and prayer!


:שְׁמַע יִשְׂרָאֵל יְהוָֹה אֱלֹהֵינוּ יְהוָֹה אֶחָד
Sh'ma Yisra-eil, Adonai Eloheinu, Adonai Echad.  

“Listen  well, people of Israel, the Eternal God, the Eternal Alone!”

Deuteronomy 6:4



I Am: A Journey in Jewish Faith is a spiritual / theological meditation on the Shema, the Biblical statement of God's oneness that rests in the heart of the Jewish people. Through poetry and prose, Rabbi Eron uses the words of the Shema--"Listen carefully all you people of Israel, the Eternal is our God, the Eternal alone!"--and the three biblical passages that follow it in the Jewish worship service to explore and express a contemporary understanding of the ties that bind each of us and God together.

The two fundamental themes of the Shema--declaration of the oneness of God and proclamation that people and God are in a relationship--anchor Eron's presentation of a deeply spiritual expression of monotheistic faith from a modern Jewish perspective. As we discover ourselves as unique individuals, we open our hearts and minds to the God who like ourselves is unique. This powerful symmetry provides the foundation upon which we can build the lasting and sustaining relationships that connect us not only to God but also to each other and to all creation.

Conversation on I Am - Rea Bochner and Lewis Eron
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Rabbi Lewis John Eron, Ph.D.

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