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Spiritual Life

Rabbi praises interfaith mobility

Dr. David Gordis, president of Hebrew College in Newton, cited a Pew study that indicated 44 percent of adults change religions. Dr. David Gordis, president of Hebrew College in Newton, cited a Pew study that indicated 44 percent of adults change religions. (Lisa Poole for the Boston Globe)
By Rich Barlow
March 8, 2008

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If Rabbi David Gordis is right, when it comes to improving relations among Christians, Jews, and Muslims, the words of the prophets are written not on church or temple or mosque walls, but in the hearts of the congregants. (Full article: 673 words)

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