Excerpted from Laurie Goodstein’s article in The New York Times:
Day: June 6, 2012
The action group Faithful America is one of a number of groups calling to protest Trinity Wall Street. Their email petition reads:
It is not hyperbole to say either that the humanitarian conditions in the Gaza Strip are as severe as any on earth, or that Al Ahli Hospital is a rare and absolutely vital source of genuine good news in that context. The decision of UNRWA to terminate its support for the hospital is utterly indefensible and must be reversed.
A thoughtful blog post by Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman on the nature of the Bible:
The Guardian’s Katherine Stewart writes on the After-School program called the Good News Club in public schools:
“How can you meet gentiles half way (not keep food laws), then require them to go the whole way (be circumcised)?”
by Murdoch Matthew On the Episcopal Café recently there have been several mentions of the work of the people as basic to the church. And not just church – a posting on how young atheists are organizing to improve their communities had me thinking, They’re doing the work of God. My husband, Gary, has commented …