Monthly Archives: January 2013

Caring for Creation…

This past weekend, we celebrated the holiday of Tu B’Shevat, where we are given the opportunity to think about our relationship to the natural world in the context’s of God’s cosmic mission for all of creation.   Over the years, … Continue reading

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May My Life Not Be In Vain

Today, in addition to our nation inaugurating President Barack Obama for his second term as president, we also are taking the time to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in particular remembering Dr. King’s famous “I Have … Continue reading

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No Exemptions for Abuse

One of my teachers in Hebrew High School was Phil Jacobs, who was then the editor of The Baltimore Jewish Times.  Throughout his tenure as a journalist in Atlanta, Baltimore, and Washington DC, Jacobs made it his cause celebre to courageously … Continue reading

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