Rabbi Marc Gellman

God Squad

Rabbi Marc Gellman writes about religion for Newsday.

God Squad 1/31/15 God Squad: Religious symbols are tools, not jewelry Today, at the doctor's office, the woman checking me in was wearing two rosaries with
God Squad 1/24/15 God Squad: Evil comes from us, not God God, we're told, is a loving God. He's not at fault for wars. Wars are
God Squad 1/16/15 God Squad: Freedom of speech demands great responsibility I'm not a race-baiter, an Islamophobe, or an anti-Semite. I also don't stand up in
God Squad 1/9/15 God Squad: Free will is God's greatest gift to humanity My recent reply to a question on free will generated lots more questions and comments
God Squad 1/1/15 God Squad: How to discreetly ask a boss to stop swearing My boss is loud and boisterous. The employees who report to him, myself included, walk
God Squad 12/24/14 God Squad: God doesn't know what we will do next Q Can God move forward and backward in time? Did he know that Eve would
God Squad 12/18/14 God Squad: Christmas joy unites us all Last week, I continued an annual God Squad holiday tradition by offering remembrances of Father
God Squad 12/13/14 God Squad: Why Father Tom always loved Hanukkah Every winter and spring, when Father Tom Hartman — my former partner on the God
God Squad 12/4/14 God Squad: Faith is our response to human mysteries How can one choose what to believe? In the course of thinking about the concept
God Squad 12/2/14 God Squad: How atheists and theists differ I consider myself an agnostic, but not an atheist. The central tenet of my religious

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