The following introductory statement and questions were sent to twentyfive men and women, each doing significant work for the Jewish community, as their invitation to participate in this Symposium on Orthodox Jewish life today. Tradition wanted to introduce voices that are not often heard, to elicit fresh insights and comprehensive approaches, to bridge the gaps among well-intentioned groups. The formulation of the questions, a group effort as several respondents guessed, is based on a vision of a united communky; the differences were viewed as small, not as chasms. For various reasons, some did not send in essays; a number indicated concern about what would happen to them or their work if they would say what they honestly think.
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