Tag: Interfaith Friendships

Pointers and issues in discussing your faith with friends who doesn’t share it. Building bridges, not walls.

There is an old saying, “familiarity breeds contempt.”  Another phrase, attributed to Ben Franklin but perhaps based on a Yiddish original states, “Fish and houseguests stink after three days.”   Yeshua put it this way: “a prophet is not without honor, except in his own country, and in his own house.” A group of social scientists […]

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Many times. Make that too many times. No, make that way too many times I have seen people engaged in sharing Yeshua faith with others either as an exercise in one upmanship “I’m right and you’re wrong and let me show you why,” and or, angrily, put-downmanship,  “You’re a sinner and right now you are […]

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For me, much of life is a dance between intuition and analysis. And in dancing, someone takes the lead. In my case, intuition is usually the one. Here’s three examples of intuition taking the lead. Perhaps you will see yourself in this account too. I hope so. The first occasion, how I chose my dissertation […]

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