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Jewish-Christian Intersections | An Interfaith Perspective on Christianity’s Emergence and Parting From Judaism Jewish-Christian Intersections An Interfaith Perspective on Christianity’s Emergence and Parting From Judaism Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home About Me About This Blog No Proselytizing Rules of Order Subscribe Post navigation ← Older posts Trump, Clinton and Religion: Part 1 (The “Nones”) Posted on August 8, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 2 I’ve been paying attention here to the relationship between religion and the politics of the U.S. Presidential election. We now have some good polling numbers to work with, so now is a good time to take a deep dive into how religion is affecting the battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. I plan to do this analysis in a few posts. For the moment, Clinton enjoys about a 9% lead over Trump in the most recent polls. I’m relying here primarily on a June 2016 Pew Study poll, which shows Clinton with 51% support, compared to Trump’s 42% support. I’m looking at Pew, because Pew does the most complete job looking at the religious component of each candidate’s support. While the Pew poll is a bit old, it is comparable to more recent polls: the most recent NBC and Fox News polls also show Clinton with a nine-point lead. CNN’s “Poll of Polls” has Clinton with a ten-point lead. So I think Pew’s June numbers are probably reliable. According to Pew, where is Clinton getting much of her edge, religion-wise? From the “nones,” the roughly 23% of Americans who are atheists, agnostics or otherwise unaffiliated with any religion. The “nones” support Clinton over Trump by a 44% margin, while the group I call the “somes” (Christians, Jews and members of other religions) as a whole narrowly break for Trump: Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Replies License Plate Bingo Posted on June 23, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 4 When you look at this license plate, what do you think? What does it mean? How does it come to be? Answers after the break. Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Replies 911 Posted on June 14, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 4 I will try to keep this short. I’ve read here that this is not the time for straight white people to write pieces about Sunday’s mass murder in Orlando. I’ve also been told that LGBTQ allies need to speak out. I think that both pieces of advice are sound, and I want to respect them both. Much of the religious reaction to the Orlando mass murder speaks in terms of prayer, and love. That’s good, for a start. It just can’t end there. A friend put it to me this way. He believes in prayer. If his kid falls off the roof, my friend will pray. But he’ll call 911 first. I think the same way. If my kid has fallen off the roof (or is playing on the roof, or is climbing up a ladder to the roof) and all I do is pray and love, there’s something seriously wrong with me. Ditto if that’s my reaction to your kid on the roof. Or anyone’s kid. The LGBTQ community is in danger. It is the target of more hate crime in the U.S. than any other community we can identify. If those of us who call ourselves religious offer this community nothing more than prayer and professions of love, then there’s something seriously wrong with us. Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Replies Do We Divide Our House Over LGBTQ Rights? Posted on May 19, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 8 I have been following the ongoing General Conference of the United Methodist Church, taking place in Portland, Oregon as I write this. You can read coverage of the Conference on the United Methodist Reporter site, Christy Thomas’ The Thoughtful Pastor blog site (representing a liberal point of view), Joel Watts’ Unsettled Christianity blog site (representing a conservative point of view), and dozens of other religious and mainstream news outlets. Normally, a conference of Methodist bishops would not receive this much attention. But this is not a normal conference. The United Methodist Church may be on the verge of splitting in two, over the issues of LGBTQ inclusion in the church. I am no expert when it comes to the United Methodist Church. Here’s what I’ve figured out so far (and please, if you know something about the Methodists, correct me when I go wrong, and add the important detail I’m leaving out). Let’s start with some basic history, for people like me who are bewildered by the denominations within Protestantism. Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 8 Replies The Wisdom of Nine-Year-Olds Posted on May 10, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 5 I have a good friend who lives a day’s drive from me. Mostly, we’re friends from a distance. I have never met her spouse or her daughter, except on Facebook. About the daughter. She is nine years old. Her antics (at least, those recorded on Facebook) are intelligent and inspired. I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen a posed picture of her. The photos of her on Facebook are all activity. When I think of her, I think of a picture of her lying on the ground, face partially hidden, examining a bug or banana slug, asking questions at a pace that defies answer. I picture her as a mass of brown curls with a girl somewhere underneath. I have little reason to know more about her, but I do know a little more about her. She is adopted. She is half Latina. I assume she was born in the United States; I know she was living in the United States when she was adopted. Do these details matter? I learned last week that my friend’s daughter is afraid of Donald Trump. She’s heard of Trump’s plan to deport the roughly 11 million undocumented aliens residing in the United States. She’s probably heard of that other plan of Trump’s, to deny entry (or perhaps, re-entry) of Muslims into the United States solely on the basis of their religious faith. My friend’s daughter wants to know whether, if Trump becomes President, he’s going to send her back to Costa Rica because she’s brown. Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Replies Myth, Miracles and A Famous Cat Posted on April 13, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 3 Here’s a story we’ve seen before: a charismatic preacher speaks of G-d, faith, hope and truth, and a member of the audience is healed. And here’s a slightly different story, one I’ve already examined in an earlier post: Martin Buber has told of a rabbi whose grandfather was a disciple of the Baal Shem Tov, founder of Hassidism. Once upon a time, when the rabbi was asked to tell a story, he said: A story must be told in such a way that it constitutes help in itself. My grandfather was lame. Once they asked him to tell a story about his teacher. And he related how the holy Baal Shem used to hop and dance while he prayed. My grandfather rose as he spoke, and he was so swept away by his story that he himself began to hop and dance to show how the master had done. From that hour on he was cured of his lameness. That’s the way to tell a story. I received some terrific comments to my last post, all ably describing the above story. This is a story about how stories shape us. This is a story about how to tell a story. This is a story about how to become engaged in telling a story. Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Replies A Story About Stories Posted on April 7, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 15 Here’s a story I’d like to share and discuss with you all, where one of the central characters is the Baal Shem Tov, the founder of Hassidism. Hassidism is a Jewish movement founded in the eighteenth century that can be described (in an over-simplistic way) as spiritual, mystical and populist. The Baal Shem Tov had a legendary reputation as a miracle worker. I found this story in a book written by Protestant scholar Franklin Littell. Martin Buber has told of a rabbi whose grandfather was a disciple of the Baal Shem Tov, founder of Hassidism. Once upon a time, when the rabbi was asked to tell a story, he said: A story must be told in such a way that it constitutes help in itself. My grandfather was lame. Once they asked him to tell a story about his teacher. And he related how the holy Baal Shem used to hop and dance while he prayed. My grandfather rose as he spoke, and he was so swept away by his story that he himself began to hop and dance to show how the master had done. From that hour on he was cured of his lameness. That’s the way to tell a story. Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 15 Replies Giving Peace A Chance Posted on April 5, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 3 I have to admit it: I’m very, very excited about this. Today, several key Christian leaders, including Tony Campolo, Joel Hunter, David Neff and Jim Wallis issued the following statement: “As followers of Jesus, we the undersigned are committed to peacemaking—to which we are called by Christ.” Nothing controversial there. It’s what follows that makes me feel very happy. The statement is about peacemaking in Israel. The statement: Expresses support for the 2015 framework signed by Iran and the P5+1 countries (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany), whereby Iran agreed to reduce its capacity to manufacture nuclear weapons in exchange for an elimination of economic sanctions against Iran. Calls on Iran to recognize Israel’s right to exist, and to end its “regular declarations” to destroy the State of Israel. Calls on Israel to freeze the construction of settlements in the West Bank and to ease its embargo of Gaza. Why does this letter make me happy? Well, for once, I’m not going to spell out everything I think and have ever thought on this subject, in a tl;dr format. I want to see instead if I can get a discussion going in the comments section. So, briefly … Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Replies Not My AIPAC Posted on March 31, 2016 by Larry Behrendt 2 In my last post, I wrote about the AIPAC convention and the protests planned against the speech to be given there by Presidential candidate Donald Trump. That speech took place last week. As I hoped, AIPAC provided a resounding Jewish response to Trump. Unfortunately, the response was not the one I’d hoped for. Hundreds of AIPAC attendees boycotted Trump’s speech, and walked out of the speech in protest. But thousands remained. Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Replies Who Is AIPAC, And Why Are They Saying Terrible Things About Donald Trump Posted on March 21, 2016 by Larry Behrendt Reply Today, the Jewish world may make some headline news. Donald Trump is scheduled to speak today at the annual AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. The AIPAC Conference typically draws an “A” list of big name politicos, and during Presidential election years, the list of speakers at this conference includes most of the major Presidential candidates. Hillary Clinton is on this year’s list, along with Joe Biden, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Paul Ryan and others. The AIPAC Policy Conference is a major event in Washington—Tablet Magazine’s Stephanie Butnick describes it as “the Jewish equivalent to the Oscars or the Grammys.” According to AIPAC’s web site, the conference will be attended by “more than 15,000 pro-Israel Americans,” including 2/3 of Congress. So, Trump is guaranteed a large crowd for his speech … or maybe not. Some of the Jews attending this meeting are planning to protest. Some may skip Trump’s speech, and other plan to walk out of the speech. Evidently, some plan to meet outside of the hall where Trump is speaking and hold some kind of study session, reading and considering passages of the Bible that contradict Trump’s message. I’ve checked with some of the Rabbis I know, to encourage this protest. One wrote me back. You don’t expect that I’ll actually be there. I replied: I don’t think you’d be caught dead within a half mile of an AIPAC event. Therein lies a story. Continue reading → Share this: Facebook Twitter Google Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Post navigation ← Older posts Search Recent Posts Trump, Clinton and Religion: Part 1 (The “Nones”) License Plate Bingo 911 Do We Divide Our House Over LGBTQ Rights? The Wisdom of Nine-Year-Olds Recent Comments Larry Behrendt on Trump, Clinton and Religion: Part 1 (The “Nones”) Joscelyne Gray on Trump, Clinton and Religion: Part 1 (The “Nones”) msl613 on License Plate Bingo David Bar-Cohn on License Plate Bingo Larry Behrendt on Does Dating Matter? 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