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Williamsburg & Greenpoint
- Memorial Day at a Dominican neighborhood in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
- Biography of Williamsburg and Greenpoint evangelicals through a biography of a church
- Hispanic evangelicals in Williamsburg-Greenpoint 1916-1948
- Evangelical abolitionists in Williamsburg & Greenpoint
- God's Row, Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn: Ukrainians' second home--Catholic Holy Ghost Church
- Today is Anniversary Day, a celebration of the Sunday Schools of NYC
- At Last, A Council for the Ages? March 3, 2015A Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church has been scheduled for 2016. In March of 2014, the leaders of all the autocephalous (independent) Orthodox Churches met in Istanbul, the sacred see of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, which historically (since at least the fifth century) coordinates such assemblies, facilitating unity while serving as a center […]
- Harry V. Jaffa’s Call for Liberation March 2, 2015Perhaps the most heatedly denounced work of a distinguished scholar is Harry Jaffa’s occasional writing on homosexuality. The passions surrounding the issue distort understanding of these essays, but his purpose in them follows that of the rest of his mature corpusthe recovery of natural right and the great intertwined questions of reason and revelation. Jaffa’s […]
- Handel’s Messiah Part 3, 53. Worthy is the Lamb by The Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir & Chamber Orchestra
- Handel's Messiah, Part 2, 30. Behold, the sorrow! by The Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir and Chamber Orchestra
- Handel’s Messiah, Part 1,2. Recitative by The Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir and Chamber Orchestra
- Harlem 1948 Episode 11 Aunt Hattie, Church Detective
- Harlem Journey finished!
Jews of NYC
- The Biblical Gardens of NYC. Series: God in NYC gardens
- Hebrew School in Brooklyn, 1955
- The Bluegrass Shabbat as a cradle for a renewal of faith
- Matisyahu, Jerusalem (Out of Darkness comes Light)
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