Rabbi Marc Gellman

God Squad

Rabbi Marc Gellman writes about religion for Newsday.

God Squad 7/19/17 God Squad: There’s no use waiting on Superman There have been lots of very kind notes from many dear readers who appreciated my
God Squad 7/12/17 God Squad: The Apostles’ Creed and the dawn of Christianity Q: In the prayer the Apostles’ Creed, why does it say Jesus “descended into hell”
God Squad 7/7/17 God Squad: Praying for hope in the face of anger Q: I have a conflicting dilemma. I was diagnosed with ALS/Lou Gehrig’s disease. I spend
God Squad 6/28/17 God Squad: Being thankful for our ‘sacred’ truths This July Fourth I want to utter a prayer not only for our founding date
God Squad 6/21/17 God Squad: Relating Scripture to daily life Q: Forty years ago I took a course on what happened to be my last
God Squad 6/15/17 God Squad: Drawing on memories of my dad My dad, Sol Gellman, died 10 years ago near Father’s Day. I think of him
God Squad 6/7/17 God Squad: Spirit can only be touched by our souls Q: Jesus said to the Samaritan woman at the well “God is spirit” (John 4:24).
God Squad 5/31/17 God Squad: Untangling a holiday jam We have come to a spiritual traffic jam. The Muslim world is celebrating the holy
God Squad 5/24/17 God Squad: American flag is a way to faith Monday is Memorial Day, one of America’s greatest civil religious holidays along with July Fourth
God Squad 5/18/17 God Squad: Wisdom and aging go hand-in-hand ‘Thou shalt rise up before the hoary head, and honor the face of the old

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