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If the gospels had a soundtrack...

Think of your favorite movie — any of your favorite movies. Try to imagine it without a musical soundtrack. Would your experience of the movie be any different? 471 more words

Biblical Meditation

Hot Crock Time Machine

I’m about to make your holiday cooking about 10 times easier. Seriously. Those caramelized onions you need for that potato kugel or chopped liver?  What if I told you you can do them in your sleep — literally? 494 more words


Book Review: Aphrodite and the Rabbis

When I started researching Judaism, the first thing I learned was that I didn’t know anything about Judaism. It turns out that Judaism-in-the-Bible (the one I was familiar with) and modern Judaism are pretty different. 990 more words


Bloody Love

“Oh the blood of Jesus…it will never lose its power” – this hymn written by Brenda Barker is one that I heard pretty often growing up. 872 more words


Passover: A Time for Celebration?

Deborah Beach Giordano
© September 11, 2017

Exodus 12:1-14 ~ told by Deborah

While they were still in Egypt, God told Moses and Aaron: “This month will be the beginning of the year for you. 1,378 more words


A Rule of Life

A Sermon for 10 September 2017

A reading from Exodus 12:1-14.  This may be familiar to you as it is a reading assigned each year for Christians to hear on Maundy Thursday.  2,146 more words


Yom Tov

Yesterday I participated in a Seder (Passover) meal with a difference.  This was “Yom Tov”, staged by the Positive Deviance Theatre Company from Auckland.  Judged the Best Newcomer at the 2017 Auckland Fringe Festival they offer theatre that is particpatory and immersive.  214 more words

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