Rabbi Brad Hirschfield responds to questions on topics of the day. Today: The State of the Union -- what's fair and who decides?
Rabba Kaya Stern-Kaufman of Great Barrington MA founded The Interfaith Peace Chant. The Chant group meets monthly at the Quaker Meeting House in Great Barrington,MA to pray together from all faith traditions, for Peace. We have had spiritual leaders attending and leading chants from the Christian, Sufi, Sikh, Native American, Buddhist and Jewish traditions so far.
The vision statement is:
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield responds to questions on topics of the day. Today: Does the media have the right to openly discuss a candidates personal life, and if so, to what extent?
"...there are real security challenges which we face both as Americans and as Jews, challenges which are bigger and more serious than they were some years back, and we must be vigilant about them,” (Rabbi Brad Hirschfield) wrote on his blog. "But especially as Jews, we are a whole lot safer than we were a generation or two back, even here in America..."
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, a distinguished author and speaker, will attend the upcoming Jewish Federation’s Main Event. Hirschfield will talk about “Celebrating Diversity and Creating unity in the 21st Century.”
Irwin Kula joined Lauren Green on Fox News.com to talk about the impact of Dr. King, and what lessons we still very much need to learn today. 1/16/12 video not available.
“If you had breath for no more than 99 words, what would they be?”
Being a Rabbi without Borders means looking at the rabbinate in ways not grounded in any movement. It means that we must concentrate on ideologies and actions that unite us — and fight against the forces that seek to disjoin us. It means looking at new ways and avenues to bring healing to a world. Working with the Good People Fund for the past three years, our congregation has been involved with McRoberts, Kentucky — a community in the heart of Appalachia.
On Jan. 11, Rabbi Irwin Kula was invited by Kazakhstan Ambassador Erlan Idrissov to Kazakhstan’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations, to give remarks on “Religion as an Instrument of Peace” at an Interfaith Dinner & Dialogue. The talk was in light of an upcoming trip of religious leaders to Kazakhstan on May 30-31, 2012, which Rabbi Kula will attend.
"..How will faith shape this all important primary contest? Are Evangelical Christians ready to support Mormon Mitt Romney? It seems that they are. This willingness to vote for the former Massachusetts governor speaks to an historic moment regarding faith in South Carolina, and by extension, in the nation...."