• Rabbi Susan Grossman

    Rabbi Susan Grossman is Rabbi Emerita of Beth Shalom Congregation, Columbia, MD. Serving on the Conservative Movement’s Committee on Jewish Law and Standards for 30 years, she penned teshuvot on women as judges and witnesses, women’s reproductive healthcare, etc. She earned her doctorate in Ancient Judaism at JTSA. Author of numerous articles about women and Judaism, she is an editor of Etz Hayim Torah and Commentary and co-editor of Daughters of the King: Women and the Synagogue. Before becoming a member of the first class of women in JTSA’s rabbinical school, she led Holocaust programming for a national Jewish organization.

What does Judaism say about abortion

What does Judaism say about Abortion?

An overview of what Judaism says about abortion based on the decisions and analysis of the Rabbinical Assembly.