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"This generation's Hillel." (Nathan Cofnas)
Tag Archives: righteous indignation
I shouldn’t listen to Dennis Prager’s radio show late at night because he makes me so angry. I just feel so fired up by his generally conservative values that I’m dying to fight for them. Dennis Prager has a calm … Continue reading
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Did Marc Gafni Steal His Theology From The Da Vinci Code?
He responds to my inquiry: There is an ancient strain of Hebraic sources which are sometimes called the Mystery of the Cherubs which talk in elliptical terms about what I call – integrating the erotic and the ethical. By erotic … Continue reading
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The Professor Anti-Semites Love
Here’s a letter to this week’s Jewish Journal: Why the righteous indignation ("The Professor Anti-Semites Love," May 9)? The fact is that we are clannish, have a history of marrying within and not thinking positively of much of the outside … Continue reading
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