The Simon Wiesenthal Center has published its list of 2018’s 10 worst anti-Semitic incidents, and eighth on that list is a speech given by Suffragan Bishop Gayle Harris of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts in July.
Forward Movement, along with partners from around the Episcopal Church, invites Episcopalians to join thousands of others in exploring Paul’s Letter to the Romans in the next round of the Good Book Club, beginning January 7.
“When Jesus, in today’s passage, says, “I am the gate,” does he mean that he is the only avenue through which one can know God?”
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