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Many of the struggles we have with faith stem from a misunderstanding of the nature of faith.

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It is one of the more puzzling things Jesus is ever reported to have said,

12Very truly, I tell you, the one who believes in me will also do the works that I do…

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In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election as President of the United States of America, there has been a lot of soul-searching and self-examination going on.

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In the face of the tragic realities that so often afflict the world, we need a new strategy.

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I suppose the effort to understand has its place…

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The Bible has been accused of many things. And it would be dishonest not to admit that the Bible is at times a difficult and challenging book.

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3. Feelings of being closely connected with others and nature.

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Nechama Tec is Professor Emerita of Sociology at the University of Connecticut, Stamford. She was born in Lublin, Poland and survived the holocaust as a Jew with the help of Polish rescuers.

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Further texts and reflections on: Tenderness – Gentleness – Mercy – Compassion

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Often, while preaching, I find myself wishing it was possible to make my words sound more in public the way they sound in my heart.

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