Going Head to Head with the Religious Right

An Interview with Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum “SOME SAY THAT A SYNAGOGUE is not a place for politics,” Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum told her congregation in 1999, “but a place to go deep inside ourselves and to forget the world outside. If this were true, then I say we should close our synagogue doors and make the […]

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Reparations to Jews By Lutherans?

From Lutheran Forum (New York), June-July, 1971, column by Editor Glenn C. Stone, “What If…” Originally published in the October, 1971 issue of Jewish Currents A RECENT VOLUME OF LUTHER’S WORKS, the last in a series on the Christian in society, prompts us to wonder what would have happened if Martin Luther had died before […]

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