Category Archives: Interfaith Dialogue

Chet Baker: When Not Caring Becomes Caring

The Video below plays about 1:24 of Chet Baker’s “Moon and Sand.”  Most people consider “My Funny Valentine” his essential classic—and it is—but I return to “Moon and Sand” more than anything he ever recorded.  For one thing—though I know … Continue reading

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Emmanuel House Becomes “The Neighbor Project”

In 2016 Emmanuel House was named one of the “Top 100 Most Innovative” social change organizations in the world.  On April 6, 2018, it held by far its most successful fund raiser, a Gala at the Aquaviva Winery in Maple … Continue reading

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Sacred Texts as Literature

Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism—these are the religions we explore through reading portions of their sacred texts in my course ENG 390 – Sacred Texts as Literature.  The Bible for Judaism and Christianity, Al Qur’an for Islam, The Bhagavad-Gita … Continue reading

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