Friday, July 29, 2016 Tammuz 23, 5776
By:
Edgar M. Bronfman
Acknowledging a Judaism that embraces doubt is one way in which we, like our forefather Abraham, can expand our tent.
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By:
Shai Frankli
It’s nice that a prominent columnist gave Orthodox Jews some positive press after so many scandals. But his praise is misguided at best and agenda-driven at worst.
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By:
Philip A. Cunningham
Pope Francis has long been known for his warm realtionship with the Jews and is expected to continue his interfaith outreach efforts as part of his papacy.
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By:
Stuart Butler, Ph.D.
A reasonable case can be made for sometimes “standing by” rather than believing society has an open-ended obligation to provide unlimited health care, writes Dr. Stuart Butler of the Heritage Foundation.
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By:
Dr. David Nash
One of the largest upsides to President Barack Obama’s second term is the expansion of Medicare for seniors in Pennsylvania anad across the country, writes Dr. David Nash of the Jefferson School of Population Health
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