Prof. Susannah Heschel is the Eli Black Professor of Jewish Studies and a member of the Women’s and Gender Studies faculty at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. She is the daughter of the renowned Jewish civil rights activist and spiritual leader Rabbi Abraham Heschel, who is well known for his marching alongside Martin Luther King during the Selma, Alabama protests. The King family regarded her father as “one of the great men of our time.” Susannah edited a collection of Rabbi Heschel’s essential teachings for the Modern Spiritual Masters Series. Her very important publication — “The Aryan Jesus: Christian Theologians and the Bible in Nazi Germany” — is the result of 20 years research into the history of anti-Semitic doctrine within the German Christian movement and Catholic Church in Nazi Germany and details how Christianity was perverted to foment a racist doctrine serving the political ambitions of the Nazi regime.
A long tradition of Christian thought encourages believers to forgo worldly pursuits – like making money – and instead focus on the spiritual prize of salvation. “Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth,” the evangelist Matthew warns Christians, “But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven.” But the Protestant Reformation changed this way of thinking. According to German sociologist …
Updates on big Texas worker coop, Audi deal to make cars in China, Pope’s criticism of capitalism, Trump’s Wall Streeters. Major discussions of Trump’s economics and why Clintonomics and Reaganomics not so different.”
The Vatican’s Pope Francis has strived to be a voice of peace and unity on a continent struggling to deal with a refugee crisis. On Thursday he spoke out once again, this time against mass media, which he says has the power to shape the public’s response to that challenge. During an address to Italy’s national journalism guild, Pope Francis …
CONVERSATIONS WITH REMARKABLE MINDS The theological deification of capitalist market, the secular quest for prosperity and why we should be deeply concerned. . Professor Harvey Cox is one of America’s most preeminent theologians and the Hollis Research Professor emeritus at Harvard Divinity School, the oldest professorship at Harvard going back to 1721. Prof. Cox has been called one of the …
The guest was Kevin Galalae, a Canadian human rights activist, author, and historian. Kevin is an expert on the covert depopulation agenda and the methods being used. He is currently on a Hunger Strike in Rome challenging Pope Francis to come to the people’s defense by condemning the covert methods of population control, including vaccines, GMOs, indoctrine disrupters and Chem Trails, employed by the UN and governments around the world. Kevin reports that the nearly 7 decades of use of chemical and biological agents to engineer a world population decline have prevented the birth of 2 billion children and caused the premature death of at least 500 million people. He described the 3 phases of the global depopulation occurring since 1945 and the methods that were set up through the United Nations as well as the reasoning behind them.
The guest was Kevin Galalae, a Canadian human rights activist, author, and historian. Kevin is an expert on the covert depopulation agenda and the methods being used. He is currently on a Hunger Strike at the Vatican challenging Pope Francis to break the vow of silence regarding the Global Depopulation Policy and to come to the people’s defense by publicly condemning the covert methods of population control employed by the UN and governments around the world since 1945. Kevin reports that the nearly 7 decades of chemical and biological agents used on the general public to engineer a global population decline have succeeded in preventing the birth of 2 billion children and causing the premature death of at least 500 million people. Kevin explained the 3 phases of the global depopulation since 1945 and how the depopulation measures were set up and the reasoning behind them.
Updates on injustice of Argentina’s default settlement, on Pope Francis’s rejection of “exploiters,” and on stagnating real median incomes in US. Major discussions of (1) what Sanders’s support proves about Occupy Wall Street, and (2) economics of fascism.
Pope Francis in New York
A letter to Pope Francis on saving the planet one meal at a time. A commentary from Glen Ford – both parties are plagues on humanity. Also today, how addiction is not a disease – a neuroscientist argues it’s time to change our minds on the roots of substance abuse. And much more!