Friday, December 26, 2014 Tevet 4, 5775
A rabbi and minister transplant sickness into health
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Sally Friedman, JE Feature
Six little words: "I'll give you one of mine." This exchange forever changed the lives of two people -- one a rabbi, another a minister. Rabbi Andrew Bossov, 47, of Temple Adath Emanu-El in Mount Laurel, N.J., and Rev. Karen Onesti, 49, pastor of the Masonville-Rancocas United Methodist Church, were total strangers until four years ago, when both took over...
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Ross Levy plopped down at a table across from two curly-haired teenagers, and started shooting the breeze. "Hey, man, what's up?" he asked brightly, slapping their hands and flashing a wide-toothed grin. "What kinds of stuff are you into? What does a typical afternoon for you look like?" One braces-clad eighth-grader responded that he liked the drums; another said he...
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Dr. Lewis Gordon has only been teaching at Temple University since 2004, but he's already made a name for himself on campus. That's because Gordon, 44, a professor of religion, philosophy and Judaic studies, is building up scholarship in an area few have explored: Afro-Jewish studies. A black Jew himself, Gordon is working to create a clearinghouse for research on...
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If polls can remotely gage public opinion, then President George W. Bush has had some trouble getting the American people behind his plan to send additional troops to Iraq in order to help quell sectarian violence there. Presumably, a possible military strike against Iran in order to stop it from obtaining or using nuclear weapons would prove a far tougher...
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Ryan Teitman
Darby Leigh has been an actor, a social worker and a student of comparative religions. But one thing he never thought he could possibly be is a rabbi, and for one reason: He is profoundly deaf. But the 33-year-old is now in his fifth year of the six-year rabbinical program at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote, and has been...
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