Heschel, King And The Interfaith Impulse: Remembering the man that Martin Luther King called ‘my rabbi.’

In this season of Yizkor, on the 50th yahrtzeit of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination this month, the heart turns to one of the most iconic photos in American Jewish history. It was taken in Selma, Ala., on a Sunday … Continue reading

Saudi Prince Meets New York Rabbis In Rare Interfaith Gesture

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman met a group of religious leaders in New York, including two rabbis, a rare interfaith gesture for the de facto ruler of the conservative Islamic kingdom that allows negligible religious freedoms. The 32-year-old heir … Continue reading

Masters of Divinity Class with With Ms Sharon Hamilton Getz Founder & Executive Director World Harmony Council & Arts Forum

With Ms Sharon Hamilton Getz Founder & Executive Director World Harmony Council & Arts Forum Vice President Institute of International Social Development and Chair Emeritus CoNGO Committee on Spirituality, Values and Global Concerns – New York … Continue reading

Masters of Divinity Course visits Office of Public and International Affairs, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

I am teaching presently a course entitled: “Interfaith, Peace Building, and the United Nations.” It is a Masters of Divinity course. Each week, my seven students and I visit a faith related, UN NGO, and hear from its director or … Continue reading