A group of religious leaders in Georgia is pushing back against high profile anti-Semitic statements with an appeal to Christians. They say there is no place in the heart of someone who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ for hatred based on religion.
Orthodox Jews gathered in Uman to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, at the tomb of a rabbi who preached his vision of a joy-filled life in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Friday on Political Rewind: What is the role of our churches, mosques and synagogue during these difficult, divisive days? On today's show, we brought together some of Georgia most prominent religious leaders. It is a relevant day for the discussion; tonight Jewish communities observe the first night of Passover, for Christians it is Good Friday and Muslim continue observing the holy month of fasting during Ramadan.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Thursday on Political Rewind: Jazz pianist Joe Alterman is a sparkling, young talent in the jazz music scene. He has won the acclaim of some of the masters of jazz. Ramsey Lewis, Ahmad Jamal, Les McCann and more have praised his masterful, musical abilities.
Born in Sarajevo, Flory Jagoda celebrated the music and language of her ancestors who had been expelled from Spain in 1492. She died Jan. 29 at age 97.
The shofar is a hallmark of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year. The pandemic means there will be more and smaller prayer gatherings this year, so some cities have offered free shofar-blowing courses.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival was founded in the year 2000 and saw nearly as many visitors that first year. Since then, it's grown into the largest...
It's the new year, a time many people use as an opportunity to press reset and make personal changes. "On Second Thought" invited leaders and scholars...