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Marc Allan Feldman: A Jewish Message for Christmas


Dr. Marc Allan Feldman, a candidate for the Libertarian Presidential nomination, at Times of Israel blog, posted December 24:

I don’t celebrate Christmas. I consider myself a serious Jew. On Christmas day, it is my tradition to take call in the hospital, so that my Christian colleagues can have that special time with their families. I also participate in the Daf Yomi, a seven year program studying one page each day of the Talmud, the ancient text of Jewish law and thought. I recently studied Tractate Sotah, page 47, which includes a lesson and a story that may refer to Jesus of Nazareth as a young student.

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  1. Gene Berkman Gene Berkman December 29, 2015

    I don’t celebrate Christmas either, but that is a fine message from Dr, Feldman. And a good resolve for the new year of the common era.

  2. George Whitfield George Whitfield December 29, 2015

    That is an excellent lesson for us all.

  3. Mark Axinn Mark Axinn December 29, 2015


  4. Wang Tang-Fu Wang Tang-Fu December 30, 2015

    I find this message to be harmonious with the teachings of Confucius, the Buddha, and Lao Tzu.

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