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Topic: Tradition

April 14, 2009

Jason Byassee: Tradition, tradition.

Fiddler on the Roof, contrary to the impression some have of its most famous tune, shows tradition is a multi-valent thing.

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December 3, 2012

Monday's News & Ideas

  • We aren't Jesus
  • Bluegrass & klezmer
  • Religious, but religiously illiterate
  • Kosher rebellion
  • Largest Christian country
  • Culture in kitchens
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July 18, 2011

Monday's News & Ideas

  • Sermons, pastor & people
  • 'Until the last victim finds peace'
  • Vatican/China battle heats up
  • U.S. Buddhism at a crossroads
  • May clergy marry gays?
  • Saving Internet history
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September 17, 2012

Monday's News & Ideas

  • Joy & High Holy Days?
  • Colbert & the Cardinal
  • Freedom in tradition
  • Internet intensifies squabbles
  • McLaren on multi-faith world
  • Rollerblading to Yankee Stadium
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November 24, 2010

Wednesday's News & Ideas

  • The parent of all virtues
  • Crystal Cathedral a sign?
  • CoE General Synod
  • Rabbinical seminary: Tradition & modernity
  • Pastor living with HIV
  • Peace, love and Puritanism
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January 24, 2013

David Lose: The risks and rewards of adaptive change

Most people want to avoid change. But the astute leader will help his team members move forward by inviting them to think not just about what will change but also why it needs to change.

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August 11, 2011

Thursday's News & Ideas

  • It takes a seminary
  • Dutch 'Somethingism'
  • Bieber on Jesus
  • 'Svieks,' from Latvian ELC
  • Clock in St. Peter's Square
  • Social bonds and torture
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October 22, 2012

The world, as seen by Roger Federer

Brilliant improvisers -- whether on the court or in the workplace -- are trained to see the world differently than the rest of us.

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March 8, 2011

Ryan Andersen: Relevance is still relevant

If, that is, relevance is a matter of connecting the depths of our tradition with the depths of the world’s longings.

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April 22, 2014

Going to the past to move into the future

Looking back can be a deeply creative experience -- grounding us, reinvigorating us, inspiring us.

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