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  • Playing Nicaea

    Playing Nicaea

    Some professors are more creative than mine ever were. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Even today “old school” means getting it done the arduous,... Read more

    The 02 June 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Miracle of the Sun

    Miracle

    The events at Fatima in 1917 have occupied me on this blog before. Perhaps it is because of the haunting quality of the whole thing. Read more

    The 30 June 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Religion, Generally

    Religion, Generally

    Attempting to keep this blog focused on religion, has, of course, relegated it to the hopelessly outmoded pile for many people. Read more

    The 11 June 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Crazy Sales Pitch from Pelephone

    Crazy Sales Pitch from Pelephone

    This afternoon I had a strange experience. An agent of Pelephone called me. For those of you who might not know, Pelephone is one of the companies that provide... Read more

    The 20 June 2013 by   Gldmeier
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  • Just Plain Bible

    Just Plain Bible

    Back when I was teaching Hebrew Bible in a seminary for a living, I purchased a book entitled The Bible Without Theology by Robert A. Oden Jr. Read more

    The 25 June 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • It’s All Gonna

    It’s Gonna

    When I first got married, I was distressed to learn that my wife was an organ donor. Still fresh from seminary, I had yet to outgrown the theological willies... Read more

    The 22 June 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Super Stition

    Super Stition

    Elijah is a folkloric character. Despite the common misperception, most of us who study religion know the difference between myth and reality. There are,... Read more

    The 03 June 2013 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Twelve Hours in New York with Books and Interfaith Reflections

    Twelve Hours York with Books Interfaith Reflections

    This week, I found myself in Greenwich Village, in the soaring spaces of Hebrew Union College, explaining my book, Being Both, to a Jewish audience. Read more

    The 07 June 2013 by   Susan Katz Miller
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  • Nightrider 2013

    Nightrider 2013

    Impressions of a tired cyclistOne Thursday back in February, I wondered into a local Princess Alice Hospice shop and picked up a leaflet all about the Nightride... Read more

    The 09 June 2013 by   Richardl
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  • Kollel Hi-Tech Forced to Close

    Kollel Hi-Tech Forced Close

    I am shocked and astounded that this could happen. According to Kikar, the "Kollel Hi-Tech" which was recently established in Bnei Braq for avreichim who had... Read more

    The 06 June 2013 by   Gldmeier
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