“For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, has shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the
Two biblical times intertwine in my understanding to guide me in the ongoing development of my life. Both are prophetic and both are contemporary: future and now. Together they move
Shin Bet Tav. These Hebrew letters form the Hebrew root that means repose–desist from exertion–cease–celebrate–and other expressions having to do with an alternation from labor and production to rest and dormancy.
In this month’s Kaleidoscope, Dr. Sarvadi introduced us to “omer,” quite an unusual word. The truth is, Scripture is filled with unusual words—primarily in the ancient language in which it
The Omer As “Gathering” The omer (which literally refers to a sheaf of reaped grain) occurs in five chapters of the Tanakh: Exodus 16; Leviticus 23; Deuteronomy 24; Job 24;
MARCH OF REMEMBRANCE
The marches were birthed in Tübingen, Germany by Jobst Bitner, a theologian and activist, as a German-Christian response to the Holocaust. The marches have grown to a worldwide movement led by Christian leaders and universities partnering with the Jewish community.
Date: Sunday, April 19th (Yom HaShoa)Time: 1:00pm - 5:00pmLocation: SMU Mack Ballroom - Dallas, TX
The march will be on the SMU campus concluding with a short remembrance ceremony on the lawn.