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Rabbis cancel annual conference call with Trump

“The president’s words have given succor to those who advocate anti-Semitism, racism, and xenophobia,” write rabbis of three traditions in a statement canceling what became an annual conference call with President Barack Obama.

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Mormons, rabbis among those taking to Baltimore’s streets

People of many faiths have responded with faith to the crisis in Baltimore.

Jana Riess blogged for Religion News on Baltimore Mormons’ dedication of a fast for peace and safety in their city, following some criticism that the LDS had not responded enough to recent events:

Particularly encouraging: The Facebook post about the stake fast was shared over 3,000 times. People from all over the world, both Mormon and those of other faiths, pledged to fast for Baltimore. Reading those comments about […]

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Messianic Judaism

On Medium, writer Paul Spinrad writes about Messianic Judaism as a modern movement with historical connections to the early church, when there were people of Jewish background who followed Jesus without leaving behind the Jewish rites, rituals, or culture.

It’s an interesting long-form piece exploring a controversial topic; many Jewish leaders have dismissed Messianic Judaism not just as an affront to orthodox Judaism but as an attempt to destroy the faith. Spinrad quotes and paraphrases Rabbi David Wolpe in his article, a […]

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