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Jews and Christians and Their Views of Each Other

My friend Rabbi Norman Cohen, senior rabbi at Bet Shalom Temple in Minnetonka, who is often a speaker on interfaith dialogue, has been working on a book on… 477 more words

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Holocaust Remembrance Day Event

All are welcome at this special gathering in commemoration of National Holocaust Remembrance Day, Thursday, April 16, 2015. Commemoration will include readings, videos, a testimonial, and candle-lighting ceremony. 73 more words

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A Life Worth Living

Did you hear that not everybody goes to Church anymore?? Yeah, you may have heard that somewhere. You might have noticed. These aren’t my first words on the subject, but since my whole job is to face this reality every day, I think about it a lot. 1,621 more words

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Irish Imam Promotes Dialogue and Goodwill Between Christians and Muslims

Non-Muslims worldwide frequently call upon Muslims to condemn “Islamic terrorism” and enter into dialogue with Christians and Jews. The issue is not that Muslim leaders do not denounce extremist violence or speak highly of Judaism and Christianity, it is just that non-Muslims typically do not hear their calls for non-violence and interfaith dialogue because of media bias. 499 more words

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Christ has Already Overcome the World

For Christians, life in the USA today feels like a war. There is a reason for that feeling. Jesus told us long ago, “In the world you will have tribulation. 1,114 more words

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US Christian wears hijab for 40 days

Jessey Eagan is a Christian and a mother of two, who works as a children’s director at Imago Dei Church in Peoria, Illinois. This year during Lent, she decided to wear a hijab. 60 more words

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It's Always Lent

Our Interfaith Association here in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County has a wonderful series of luncheons and speakers in Lent.    A local Russian Orthodox priest gave a fascinating talk a few weeks ago about his tradition’s perspective on “Great Lent.” 523 more words

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