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Our calendar of Jewish holidays 2017-2020
The commercial Christmas is as much a problem for Christians as it is for Jews according to a series of articles on the meaning of the holiday. On Being a Jew at Christmas
If airlines, computer makers and telecom companies are doing it, why not religions? Christmas and Hanukkah to Merge!
Rosh Hashanah is Monday, October 3rd. It is followed by the Fast of Gedalliah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot. For the full Jewish holiday calendar. For more about Judaism, check out some of these currently available books.
There is a unique relationship between Christianity and Judaism. Jesus was a Jew who never rejected Judaism though he had some strong criticisms of the leaders of organized Judaism in his day. The same can be said of the Apostle Paul. Indeed, for several decades after the crucifixion, the Jesus movement can be seen as […]
Religious Conversion This article, published in The Economist (one of the great magazines out in the world, by the way) discusses the fraught issue of religious conversion and how it sometimes creates complications the convert (and his/her community) did not anticipate.
A very interesting question. And a very good answer here:
You are invited to visit our bookstore to find best selling books about God. Note how many there are! We have not ranked or rated any of these books. But we find it fascinating to see what’s in print now. Enjoy!
During the week of February 19th I’ll be reporting from the Middle East where a group of us are meeting with peacemakers, both Jewish and Palestinian. We’ll be inspecting the security barrier, reflecting on its effects upon people on both sides, and meeting with those in government, NGO, education and business enterprises in the aftermath […]
We take a closer look of the first great monotheistic faith as well as the opportunities and difficulties for Jewish-Christian dialogue in a divided world. More …. The Jewish Holidays, their dates and meaning, 2010 – 2013 Books About Judaism Jewish Prayers for all Occasions Index of Jewish and Hebrew Baby Names and the importance […]