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Is Repentance a Matter of Words or Deeds?

Joe: "In the stories of Jesus that ground my own faith tradition, repentance and forgiveness are common themes." Rebecca: "Jewish tradition sees both words and deeds as key components of repentance - one is not sufficient without the other."

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Campuses Plan for High Holidays During Pandemic

"Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Rabbis and Jewish Life coordinators across campuses are hoping to take the High Holidays as a moment to spread the same message: that though times are dire now, there is always hope."

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Kenosha's Rabbi Offers Prayer For Her City

"Eternal Beacon of Clarity and Compassion:  We ask you to help us see our moral failings, found in the blindness and self-centeredness that keep us from confronting the truth that we live in a society built on systemic racism."

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Why Our Church Decided to Be a Voting Site

We may not worship in our building for another six months to a year but, God help us, we will be part of the American project of our diverse democracy, enabling every vote to truly count.

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Black Leaders & the Future of Higher Education

IFYC’s president and founder, Eboo Patel, joined Fred Davie (Executive Vice President, Union Theological Seminary), Mary Dana Hinton (President, Hollins University), and Lori White (President, DePauw University) for an engaging conversation.

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Is Repentance a Matter of Words or Deeds?
Campuses Plan for High Holidays During Pandemic
Kenosha's Rabbi Offers Prayer For Her City
Why Our Church Decided to Be a Voting Site
Black Leaders & the Future of Higher Education

INTERFAITH AMERICA

Silma Suba
article - August 26, 2020
"Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Rabbis and Jewish Life coordinators across campuses are hoping to take the High Holidays as a moment to spread the same message: that though times are dire now, there is always hope."
Bishop Gene Robinson
video - August 25, 2020
Rev. Gene Robinson reflects on Psalm 27.
Sarah Levine
article - August 25, 2020
"I am no less proud of my Jewish heritage than I was in high school. If anything, I now feel like my beliefs stand on more solid ground than they did when I was simply parroting what I had learned."
Shauna Morin
article - August 23, 2020
What can higher education leaders do to promote religious diversity on campus this fall? Our new IDEALS research findings offer concrete steps.
Mitchell G. Roshannon
article - August 21, 2020
"To use ideas I’ve learned from the work of Ibram X. Kendi which he himself borrowed from Kimberlé Crenshaw; in reality, no organization can be a defender of interfaith beliefs and not anti-racist beliefs."
Zahra Jamal
article - August 21, 2020
"As we return to our diverse campuses, our safety plans in a COVID-world should also include plans to protect campus religious/worldview groups and spaces from hate crimes and incidents."
Alyssa Coffey
article - August 21, 2020
"Traditionally employed as an approach to the study of Jewish text as religious practice or ritual, the general principles of havruta study can be applied in interfaith or secular settings and for texts of all origins."
Multiple Contributors
article - August 19, 2020
On Monday, August 10, 2020, PsalmSeason hosted this online interactive exploration with a group of esteemed community leaders and ritual-makers on the role of sacred practices in this time of upheaval.
Matthew Skinner, PhD
article - August 18, 2020
Those experiences are signs of vitality. They paint scenes of a renewed, flourishing society that made an improbable recovery after a traumatic exile. The scenes and the feelings they generate connect also to modern experiences. They remind us...

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