Saturday, January 31, 2015 Shevat 11, 5775

By:
Ruth S. Laibson
I am usually proud to call Philadelphia my home. But a recent study that highlights our city's increasing income segregation contains some very disquieting facts that should challenge all of us to action.
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Let's hope things have changed in schools and an article in the Exponenet brings a survivor and liberator together.
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After a year marked by turmoil and strife -- the equally hopeful/anxious Arab Spring, a world economy that, despite predictions, still seems to be spiraling out of control, an election season that's been marked by a carnival spirit -- it's quite pleasing to realize that our city provides its inhabitants with lovely pastimes to forget about all the doom and...
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By:
Simcha Weinstein
As if the Jewish world doesn't have enough problems with Iran on the brink of starting a nuclear war and the radical Muslim Brotherhood making gains in Egypt's phased elections. Last week, we were rocked by another close shave with disaster: "Chasidic reggae superstar" Matisyahu got rid of his facial hair! Full disclosure: Matis is a friend and I'm a...
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By:
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
The genesis of my new book is a simple question: Who was Jesus of Nazareth? We all think we know who he was -- the inspiration for the world's most successful religion. The deliverer of faith, love, spiritual inspiration and religious commitment to billions of people the world over for two millennia. Christians see him as the son of God,...
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