Is there a difference between loving your neighbor and loving the stranger in your midst? It has been barely a week since the atrocities in Charlottesville, VA. and two men of faith, one Jewish and one Christian, wrestle with their faiths and discuss the meaning of neighbor and stranger.
In this episode, Rev. Gentile and the good Dr. Jew are joined by Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg, author of Nurture the Wow: Finding Spirituality in the Frustration, Boredom, Tears, Poop, Desperation, […]
What happens at Wild Goose Festival thankfully doesn’t stay at the Wild Goose Festival. In this week’s episode, the Depressive Duo talks about their experiences at the Wild Goose Festival. […]
Post-Traumatic…Growth? Yes. In this week’s episode the Jew and the Gentile discuss Post-Traumatic Growth. We felt that after 32 episodes we had traumatized our listeners and owed you all something. […]
In this episode, the Jew and the Gentile consider various “versus” (e.g., left vs. right, conservative vs. liberal, evangelical vs. mainline). The Jew takes the lead while puffing away on a […]
This is a reflection I offered in Davis Chapel at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center on Good Friday (April 14, 2017) as part of the chaplain residents’ the seven last […]
In late breaking news, the Jew and the Gentile will participate in this year’s Wild Goose Festival. Yes, we will be taking our discussion of Job and Mental Health on the […]