Many Faiths

“Any god who is mine but not yours, any god concerned with me but not with you, is an idol.”
—“Religion and Race,” 1963

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National Conference on Religion and Race

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Here is this thinker whose words shaped the essence of how I think about Judaism.

Rabbi Pamela Barmash, PhD

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Fifty years later, we're in a place where dialogue is so difficult, and I celebrate Heschel who relished those moments and found many ways to be in conversation.  

Rev Colin Bossen

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"Why We Pray With Our Feet: A Conversation with Cohosts Emelda and Trudy"

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"Divine Pathos" Sermon