The Rabbi’s Girls present “Songs of Religion & Rebellion” & “Shira’s Belated 1970s Bat Mitzvah Dance Party!”
An irreverent, often hilarious musical show on the paradox of growing up religious and rebellious in the 1970′s. Celebrate Shavuot with Shira Dicker on Tuesday, May 14, at The JCC’s all night blow-out TiKKUN, Amsterdam & 76th Street. Comedy, song and blow-out with Shira & DJ REL starts just after the night turns into Wednesday at 12:30 am!
George Beverly Shea, gospel singer at Billy Graham’s crusades in NYC & elsewhere, February 1, 1909 – April 16, 2013
Video of Shea singing his signature hymn “How Great Thou Art” at the 1969 NYC Billy Graham Crusade. In the famous 1957 NYC Crusade he sang it 108 consecutive nights. It was probably the first time that Shea sang the song for a television broadcast.
Church and faith were central to Jackie Robinson’s success.
The photographer Cornell Capa died nearly five years ago in New York City on May 23, 2008. Capa valued his religious heritage and photographing religion.
Updated weekly with new videos, photos and articles on the use of the Bible in NYC.
Pomegranate looks like any island of upscale consumerism, but deep down it is based on a countercultural understanding of how life should work.
Watch New York City Houses of Worship on PBS. See more from Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly. KIM LAWTON, correspondent: New York has been called the most secular city in America. But don’t tell that to Tony Carnes. He has made it his mission to systematically document all the religious sites in New York’s five boroughs, [...]
A critical overview of various Christian perspectives