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Religious Freedom: The Elephant in the Room

Tolerance

March 11, 2019

Religious Freedom: The Elephant in the Room

If we keep enforcing the “my religion is better than yours” game—if we keep squashing the religious freedom of another...

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Anti-Semitism 101, Part 1: The Roots of the Movement

Anti-Semitism 101, Part 1: The Roots of the Movement

The Jews, then, were set apart in the ancient world, a factor that worked both for them—preserving a unique and imperishable...

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How Science Helped Me Find More Religion

Religious Literacy

December 4, 2018

How Science Helped Me Find More Religion

“How can genetic testing tell you your religion, anyway?” you might ask. 23andMe can’t tell that I’m a Scientologist....

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Religious Tolerance and Growing up in Brooklyn

Tolerance

September 12, 2018

Religious Tolerance and Growing up in Brooklyn

The question becomes: how can we maintain and express our deep-seated religious beliefs and practices without becoming intolerant...

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The Rabbi and the Bigot—A Story of Redemption

The Rabbi and the Bigot—A Story of Redemption

A few days later, the Rabbi found a package on his front walk containing anti-Semitic, pro-Nazi pamphlets and a card reading:...

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Who’s Next in the Crosshairs of Discrimination?

Who’s Next in the Crosshairs of Discrimination?

Understand, that if one innocent person or group is not safe among us—if one person or group is denied the freedoms that...

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