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We Are Family!  But It Ain't Easy!

We Are Family! But It Ain't Easy!


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For Jews This is the Most Dangerous Time of the Year

For Jews This is the Most Dangerous Time…


This is a sermon preached last shabbat which was Shabbat Shuvah, the sabbath of repentance, which comes each year just&h…

The Bad News About the Good News

The Bad News About the Good News


As mentioned in our last blog post, there is some really bad news about the good news. We saw that…

I've Got Good News and Bad News: First the Bad News

I've Got Good News and Bad News: First t…


Here is a quote I read recently that should be of interest to people who care about the spread of…

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Is Liturgy a Remedy For The Ills of Audience Spirituality?  Yes and No

Is Liturgy a Remedy For The Ills of Audi…


Two of my respondents to my discussion of Audience Spirituality, which we also term Spectator Spirituality, have comment…

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MORE About Audience Spirituality

MORE About Audience Spirituality


Last post I mentioned  "spectator religion" or "audience spirituality" which has become the default modality for many in…

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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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