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A Hearse, a Hurt, and a Hope

A Hearse, a Hurt, and a Hope


September 2, 1979. The seats are dark velvet and I stroke them with my hand, a kind of self-comforting gesture.…

The Leap Frog Fallacy and The Unwise Rejection of Rabbinic Culture

The Leap Frog Fallacy and The Unwise Rej…


The Leap Frog Fallacy is a concept I developed in 1990 for a course I taught about the siddur from…

Does an Emphasis on Torah Living Undermine Messianic Jewish Outreach?

Does an Emphasis on Torah Living Undermi…


Once in while, people who don't know me, who have heard nasty things about me or who don't feel comfortable…

Karaism, Protestantism, and the Seductive Power of  Messianic Jewish Purism

Karaism, Protestantism, and the Seductiv…


It occurred to me the other day that what I see developing around me could be termed a kind of…

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HaB'er and Home-Brewed Jewish Identity

HaB'er and Home-Brewed Jewish Identity


Here at Interfaithfulness, we serve both Christians and Jews, but not always through the same project. One of our projec…

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Make Room for Daddy, or, Who’s Mentoring Your Children?

Make Room for Daddy, or, Who’s Mentoring…


Many people bewail how fathers are absent from the black family in urban America. But when was the last time…

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lefthomebottomStuart Dauermann, (PhD, Intercultural Studies), the Director of Interfaithfulness, is an Interfaith Futurist. For nearly fifty years he has used a wide variety of approaches to provide new perspectives to assist people living at the intersection of the Christian and Jewish worlds. This has included composing and performing music, writing, teaching, public speaking, founding institutions, and hosting a weekly radio program, “Shalom Talk: Conversations for Change.” Fifty years of constantly evolving. Read More.

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