Old Perspectives Dressed in New Clothes Today

Old Perspectives Dressed in New Clothes Today

The year was 20 – not 2020, just 20. Two thousand years ago, long before the issues dominating our headlines and news cycles were anywhere close to the horizon, there was a faith community with a covenant deeply rooted in a long history. On the edge of a mighty empire...
How Interfaith Partnerships Can Enrich Your Own Life

How Interfaith Partnerships Can Enrich Your Own Life

I must admit that my first experiences with interfaith engagement were selfish. I was at the age when matters I considered as affronts to Jewish people and Jewish religion animated my outreach. Active proselytizing by other faiths during the 1970s seemed to me to be...
How Do I Love Numbers? Let Me Count the Ways

How Do I Love Numbers? Let Me Count the Ways

Human societies have a long and complicated relationship with numbers. We like to count things and then assign significance to the totals and the way we can divvy them up. Perhaps numbers are the last vestige of the human family (as depicted in the Bible) before it...