Category - Video Spiritual and Religious
Author and historian Julian E. Zelizer talks about his book, Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Life of Radical Amazement, which chronicles the life of Heschel as a symbol of the fight to make progressive>>>
In this sermon from yesterday’s service, the Rev. Pamela Cooper-White preaches on the nature of being and doing good. Join us for worship on Sundays and every day of the week. For more>>>
In this sermon, The Reverend Paul Daniels preaches on the “impossible yes” of opening oneself to God.
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“Can we admit that we are more blind than we think? Can we admit that our deepest need might be to shout out ‘Jesus, son of David, have mercy on me?'” In this Sermon, the Reverend>>>
“If God is one, then we are all one. The one God, the one and only God, loves us all with an equal love. No tribe, no family, no person is loved by God any more or any less than any of the>>>
“Does accepting the gift of God pull us into a cycle of reciprocation? Are we going to owe Jesus something if we accept his self offering made on our behalf to remove sin?” In this>>>
A webinar with JTS alum Dr. Jonathan Ray, Samuel Eig Professor of Jewish Studies, Georgetown University. Part of our series “Six Days Shall You Labor”: Perspectives on Work in Jewish Text and>>>
A webinar with Dr. Shira D. Epstein, dean of the William Davidson Graduate School of Jewish Education and assistant professor of Jewish education. Part of our series “Six Days Shall You Labor”:>>>
Scholar and author Rabbi Rachel S. Mikva of Chicago Theological Seminary discusses her book, Dangerous Religious Ideas: The Deep Roots of Self-Critical Faith in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In>>>