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For God's Sake: December, 2011

Posted at 01:33 PM ET, 12/19/2011

When does Hanukkah begin?

Rabbi Brad Hirschfield answers your questions about the festival of lights.

By Elizabeth Tenety  |  01:33 PM ET, 12/19/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 01:48 PM ET, 12/15/2011

Is marriage becoming obsolete? Chat recap

Rabbi Brad Rescheduled answers reader questions about the state of marriage in the wake of a report that showed that the proportion of American adults who are married is at an all-time low.

By Brad Hirschfield  |  01:48 PM ET, 12/15/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 05:16 PM ET, 12/14/2011

Matisyahu’s choice

When performing a ritual becomes oppressive rather than spiritual, religion then is just narcissism dressed up in some ancient garb.

By Brad Hirschfield  |  05:16 PM ET, 12/14/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 01:15 PM ET, 12/13/2011

The ‘God Particle’ and God

Finding the particle would be groundbreaking, but it’s not exactly God.

By Brad Hirschfield  |  01:15 PM ET, 12/13/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 01:32 PM ET, 12/09/2011

Defining the ‘War on Christmas’ - Q&A recap

A reader in Thursday’s live Q&A asked earnestly for an explanation of the ‘War on Christmas.’ Brad Hirschfield tries to answer in this chat recap.

By Brad Hirschfield  |  01:32 PM ET, 12/09/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 03:58 PM ET, 12/05/2011

Controversial Israeli ad campaign: An age-old tale

A series of ads warning about assimilation of Jews and the growing isolationist talk of some Israeli leaders are the latest markers in an ancient debate about Israel’s role in the world.

By Brad Hirschfield  |  03:58 PM ET, 12/05/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 01:05 PM ET, 11/30/2011

Does it matter if Herman Cain had an affair?

Does a person’s private misconduct really invalidate their potential value as public servants?

By Brad Hirschfield  |  01:05 PM ET, 11/30/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)


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