Quaker Universalist Conversations

Conversation Topic: Judaism

The Genius of Judaism

by Bernard-Henri Lévy – A review

The Genius of Judaism , by Bernard-Henri Lévy, translated by Steven B. Kennedy (Random House, 2017) From the publishers blurb: “Bernard-Henri Lévy has been a singular figure on the world stage—one of the great moral voices of our time.

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Best Friend Forever

Clem Gerdelmann had a final contribution to our “Judaism and Quakerism” conversation which we were not able to publish before the end of October. Here it is. The contemporary mystic Richard Rohr postulates that, for every century of human existence, humanity itself…

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Sh-Sh-Sh-Shattered

Here is a third contribution to our “Judaism and Quakerism” conversation from Clem Gerdelmann of Chester (PA) Monthly Meeting. “Mirror, mirror on the wall, Who is the fairest religion of all?” … You, my Friends, would think that Quakerism, as Judaism…

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Yeshua

Friend Stanley, I am very grateful to you for this post, for my own 63-year path has been a long one of rediscovering and re-embracing the Yeshua of my 1950s Lutheran preacher’s kid childhood. In my late 30s, having quested through Pagan and Buddhist realms of…

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By Whose Authority

On October 1st, Friend Clem Gerdelmann of Chester (PA ) Monthly Meeting introduced our topic of Judaism and Quakerism with “Isn’t That Peculiar.” Here is his second contribution. Quakerism, like Judaism, has always had and honored its human Publishers of Truth.

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Queries for October

Friends, In preparation for our October topic of Judaism and Quakerism, here are several queries, ones which we hope both Jewish and non-Jewish readers can consider. You need not answer all or any of them, but perhaps they will suggest an opening for you. Contact us…

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