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President Trump’s talks to Jewish leaders before Rosh Hashanah, decries anti-Semitism

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“America is stronger because of the many Jewish Americans who bring such life, hope, and resilience to our nation.”

Chinese govt puts surveillance cameras & propaganda in churches

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When your country’s dream fails, you can get a surveillance state to maintain order.

New York City without a church? Updated!

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Tony Carnes and Pauline Dolle imagine a city without churches, Tim Keller offers a “catechesis” for a secular age.

Improv with God. Part 6 of series

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Andrew Nemr says that the great Choreographer teaches, those who dance together, stay together.

Reading the Bible after 911. Part 5 of series

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The dancer had never owned or read a Bible until after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Andrew Nemr meets Gregory Hines & Savion Glover. Part 4 of series

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Improvisation contains a series of guesses and surprises. The result is living your dreams as they emerge. Be surprised!

Andrew Nemr’s improvisational living in the United States

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The beginnings of Nemr’s tap dancing. Part 3 of series

Andrew Nemr’s tap dance to faith

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A tap dance rhythm that started with his parents in Lebanon. Part 2 of series

Andrew Nemr tap dancing New York City

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Starting today, join our encore of the 6 part journey with this tap dancer & peacemaker.

White supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia were secularists

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One thing is notable by its absence in the rhetoric of the Charlottesville White Supremacists: any mention of God.

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