Tag Archives | Atonement

Cheryl Redmon Dinger | A Place Called Truth

When you care to honor as prayer Grandmother Grandfather with the sun and the moon seven days a week and beyond grave you care… for a Native American When you believe in the spirit of God Creator of Earth and all natural things upon land with the curvature of a placid pond or the clear cool flowing waterfalls of a sandy stream the wake of a lake a rocky river […]

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Lisa Romeo | Forgiving the bully in the pulpit

My baby’s constant crying was driving me to a brink from which I wasn’t sure I’d return. Going out was the only way I found peace. My finicky infant son was calmed by the hum of the car, the twinkle of lights, drone of voices. Once out, the screaming purple-faced fury transformed into a sweet, contented bundle, happy to rest on my shoulder and gaze at new surroundings. I didn’t […]

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At-One-Ment | An interview with Rabbi Michael Lerner

Rabbi Michael Lerner has been synthesizing his spiritual and social justice yearnings since adolescence, when he found a mentor and guide in Abraham Joshua Heschel, of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Lerner began his own legacy of political activism in 1964 when, as a student at UC Berkeley pursuing a Ph.D. in philosophy, he served on the Executive Committee of the Free Speech Movement, advocating for civil rights and an end […]

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