Exodus

I want God to rescue them and lead them to a land flowing with milk and honey.
Displaced people use camera phone footage to highlight life on the run in "Exodus."
These days since the election must be very disappointing to Obama. To work so hard, to come so far - and worst of all, to
Rowland wrote, in part, on Thursday: Asked why he didn't wait until after the election to resign, Rowland said he didn't
On June 11th and 12th, Jews will celebrate Shavuot, a holiday that commemorates the receiving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai. This is the moment when we truly became Jews as a people after escaping slavery in Egypt.
Being on the journey, fully engaged in the lessons of the journey, is to be human at its best.
Evolving involves thinking, and reflecting on how we do things. Some insist that without religion there is no moral code. There are ways that we can use and invent that come from mixtures of tradition and psychology and creative experience.
The story began when Prophet Mohamed made his "Exodus" with his followers from the tyranny of his tribe, Quraish, in Mecca
I've been arrested before at other protests, in both Oakland and San Francisco. In my experience, the arresting officers have been kind and polite. But as the phalanx of officers moved in, I noticed one in particular, her hair pulled back in a severe bun, framing a face creased with anger.
According to Søren Kierkegaard, the first existentialist philosopher, "Each individual is solely responsible for giving meaning to life and living it passionately and sincerely."
Here is another entry from a translation of the recently discovered Diary of Moses, originally scratched onto sheep's skin in a steady ornamental hand.
Here is a translation from the recently discovered Diary of Moses, originally scratched onto sheep's skin in a steady ornamental hand.
Here is a translation from the recently discovered Diary of Moses, originally scratched onto sheep's skin by an steady and ornamental hand. The passage seems to suggest a moment of doubt in Moses, right before a theophany.
This Friday, Jews read the the beginning of the story of Exodus, which includes Moses's first encounter with God, through a burning bush. When Moses moves toward the strange burning, God calls out to him. "Moses, Moses!"
Moses's struggles and strategies can be an inspiration to contemporary activists facing powerful opposition. And Pharaoh's fate is a warning to those who would adamantly resist social change.
By Erin Flaaen | Off the Shelf The Dovekeepers by Alice Hoffman According to the ancient historian Josephus, nearly 2,000
A few days ago, Judith Aller, a prominent concert violinist and conductor in Europe and America, wrote me a note saying that her now dead husband's film about screenwriter Dalton Trumbo was going to be premiered--and asked me if I wanted to go.
What is happening geo-politically in our world that stirs this human disaster that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán seeks to withstand on his Serbian border?