Month: April 2014

Today is another “See What I Mean Sunday” and therefore time for a visionary posting on the Interfaithfulness blog. Today is also Yom HaShoah, that terrible day in the Jewish calendar when we pause to commemorate the unthinkable, the indescribable, the unprecdented–the slaughter of six million Jews, including 1.5 million babies and children as a […]

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We continue with our normal Torah Tuesday series, presenting Lessons in Living from Moses our Mentor. This post roams throughout Torah and touches on the prophets as well, even quoting from Leviticus 19, from this week’s Torah reading. In this lesson Moses our Mentor challenges a sin that Jews commit toward each other, offering a prescription […]

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