Mark Silk

Obama's Christianity on display - not that it will quiet the rumor mongers

Over at the Spiritual Politics blog, Mark Silk, who heads the Leonard Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life, has an interesting and provocative analysis of President Obama's appearance at yesterday's White House Easter prayer breakfast.

National Prayer Breakfast controversy - again. And where are the Jews?

Thursday's National Prayer Breakfast and President Obama's planned participation are generating the usual controversies centering on the question of whether top political leaders should attend an event sponsored by a super-secretive Christian group, The Fellowship Foundation, also know as The Family.

Training New Jewish Teachers

12/24/2009
Staff Writer

As an educator and longstanding member of the National Board of License, I am saddened about its demise announced in the article, “Teacher’s Licensing Board To Expire” (Nov. 27). On the other hand, as the director of the Jewish New Teacher Project (JNTP), it was reaffirming to have JNTP referred to as “among the best known ... Judaic teacher training and mentoring programs (established) launched in the past decade.” Since “best known” is a relative term, please share this brief description of JNTP with your readers:

Palin Ignites New Debate On GOP Support For Israel

Comment on settlement influx seen tied to biblical prophecy

11/25/2009
Washington Correspondent

Jewish Democrats say she’s the best thing that could happen to them in 2012, and Republicans say she’s almost beside the point as Jewish voters sour on President Barack Obama’s Israel policies, runaway budget deficits and a faltering domestic agenda.

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Pro-Israel Money Will Stick With Joe

08/11/2006

Editor At Large
Pro-Israel money will help give Joe Lieberman the ability to run a serious race if he sticks with his vow to make an independent bid to keep his Senate seat, according to political insiders and some pro-Israel donors themselves. This support, they said, will counterbalance the evaporation of political backing Lieberman will now likely experience from his Democratic Party colleagues with the victory Tuesday of his primary opponent in Connecticut, Ned Lamont.
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