The God Squad - Marc Gellman

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The God Squad

The God Squad is not your average advice column. Rabbi Marc Gellman employs his years of religious and philosophical study and experience to answer reader questions on topical and spiritual issues, from interfaith marriage to news events. He also draws on the expertise of numerous advisors to offer authentic insights on the rich palette of faiths in America. Gellman writes in a lively, non-preachy style that speaks directly to readers. Special holiday messages.

The God Squad Samples

Passover and Easter are both holidays of hope -- and promise

Passover will be celebrated this year beginning on Monday evening, April 14, with the first Seder--the Passover meal.

"Noah" floods the senses, but misses the biblical boat

Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" is a midrash, not just a movie. Midrashim are stories about the stories in the Bible. Here are some midrashic highlights of the movie: The film takes the biblical story of Noah seriously.

Leaving something behind at a grave lets us touch those we've lost

A Facebook friend recently posted a question about the meaning behind the Jewish tradition of placing stones on graves. The Jewish custom of placing stones on the headstones of the deceased seems to me to be a unique Jewish custom.

Learning to forgive can be a tricky business

Q: I grew up with five other siblings, but after Dad died, our weak relationships went from bad to worse.

Helping others does not mean being a martyr

Q: I'm wrestling with doing what's good for me vs. what will help someone else. I only have so many days off work a week and she wants to claim them all. I've expressed my shock or hurt, but she says it's her duty to let me know where I'm wrong.

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