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Missing My Jewish Mama

There is something unique about a Jewish mama. Jewish moms are not better than any other moms. So, I won’t break out the playground line that “my mama is better than your mama!” If you have a Jewish mama, you know what I’m talking about when I […]

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The Day a Christian Wore a Hijab

A tenured Wheaton College professor who, as part of her Christian Advent devotion, donned a traditional headscarf to show solidarity with Muslims has been placed on administrative leave. -Manya Brachear Pashman, December 16, 2015 “Wheaton College suspends Christian professor who wore a hijab” Chicago Tribune Actually, she […]

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Bridges to Ba’al [Part 2]

Bridges to Ba’al [Part 2]

The ancient Roman family also believed that the table for family dining was another altar of sorts where they shared their meal with the various gods. Now, during the time of Christmas in particular, the Romans held the Saturnalia feast which had all the trappings of a […]

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