Stories: Black Jews: Judaism14-copy

Rabbi Funnye, left, grew up in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, but felt disconnected to his faith. After exploring other religions, he felt liberated by Judaism's encouragement of self-examination.

Rabbi Funnye, left, grew up in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, but felt disconnected to his faith. After exploring other religions, he felt liberated by Judaism's encouragement of self-examination.