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Tisha B’Av: A Reenactment of Tragedy, a Glimpse of Hope

Tisha B’Av: A Reenactment of Tragedy, a Glimpse of Hope

Tisha B’Av: A Reenactment of Tragedy, a Glimpse of Hope Tisha B’Av Tonight, Wednesday, July 29th, begins Tisha B’Av (the 9th day of the Hebrew month of Av). The day itself can be summed up in one word: Tragedy. On this day we remember many of […]

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Israel is Jewish – Part Two: Israel is not Apartheid

Israel is Jewish – Part Two: Israel is not Apartheid In Part One of this series, I covered pretty effectively not only that the long-term history of Israel from ancient times was undeniably (even though people deny it all the time) Jewish, but whatever you want […]

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James Dunn and the New Perspective on Paul

James Dunn and the New Perspective on Paul The New Perspective on Paul was one of the most important theological developments of the twentieth century. This summer, one of its leading proponents, Dr. James Dunn, passed away. In honor of Dr. Dunn, we thought that it […]

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Candle-Lighting Times