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Posts tagged with ‘Jewish’

  • The Decision- Predicting the Supreme Court Prayer Case

    By Donald E. Knebel on May 6, 2014
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    Last November, I posted a blog predicting how the Supreme Court would rule in a case challenging the right of the town of Greece, New York, to open meetings of its town board with prayers, most of them with a decidedly Christian viewpoint.  At the time, I promised to report on the accuracy of my predictions once the decision had […]
  • A Test of Faith

    By Donald E. Knebel on October 4, 2013
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    Because of the increasing religious pluralism of the United States, civic literacy includes knowing about the religious beliefs of others.  But most Americans have only the vaguest notions about the beliefs of religions other than their own and the ideas they do have are often wrong.  To see if this generalization applies to you, take the following True/False test about […]