Category Archives: Judaism & Christianity

Memorial Day Weekend, 2017

On Memorial Day, we remember all the members of our armed services who paid the ultimate price in service to this great country. Our eternal gratitude.

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Flashback: Hollywood Celebrates Christmas

During Hollywood’s Golden Age, the studios, via newspapers, fan magazines, and trade publications, published photos of their stars celebrating Christmas. In this way, Hollywood—though founded by poor immigrant Jews—informed the public that the motion picture industry was in harmony with Christian America. Seraphic Secret—Karen and I—are Orthodox Jews. We observe the Sabbath and eat only […]

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Male in Female Bathrooms, Modesty Anyone?

It’s happening with astonishing speed. The radical left has moved from the redefinition of marriage to the nullification of gender. If you feel that you are a woman, then justice demands that you and your penis have the right to use the women’s restroom. Those who disagree are labeled bigots. Giant corporations buckle under pressure […]

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Late WWII US Veteran is 1st Soldier Honored for Saving Jews

The bad news just keeps on coming. The Arab Muslim Middle East is a vast, borderless slaughterhouse. IslamoNazis are a global scourge that the West foolishly refuses to name. America, once the leader of the free world, is now led by a feckless fool who drones on about the weather rather than confront the IslamoNazi […]

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Thanksgiving 2015: The Children of the Children of Israel

As far as I know, there are only two countries in the world that were founded on the idea of hope. America and Israel. And what was the hope? The hope of achieving religious freedom, and freedom from the tyranny of centralized government. The Children of Israel, fleeing Egyptian slavery and religious persecution, settled the […]

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Hamas Dead Baby Strategy

The Christian community in Mosul have been given the choice to pay an exorbitant tax, convert to Islam — or die. In response, thousands of Christians are fleeing Mosul with little more than the clothes on their backs. Their valuables are being systematically looted by the IslamoNazis, who are establishing a caliphate in lands that were […]

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Obama’s Perversion of Religious Liberty and Persecution of Religious People

Freedom of religion. We take it for granted. This past Friday evening, Karen lit candles, ushering in Shabbat.. Openly wearing my kippah,, I walked to shul and prayed with scores of friends and neighbors. After prayers, Karen and I sat down to a joyous dinner where we sang Shabbat songs and expressed gratitude to G-d for […]

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Passover: Liberty, Then and Now

Seraphic Secret rises at 5 a.m for a morning walk. The streets are empty save for the chug-chug-chugging of the pick-up trucks delivering newspapers. Sprinklers hiss, and lawns glisten. The air is lightly perfumed with jacaranda. I listen to a news round-up and feel—there is no way around this—sad and defeated.

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More Ch-Ch-Changes and C-C-Confessions: A Unique American Moment in Jewish-Christian Relations

The response to yesterday’s post was both surprising and gratifying. The comments by our readers are so insightful, so profoundly moving that Seraphic Secret is using today’s post to answer all the lovely comments. We have reached a unique moment in history. And by we, I mean Torah Jews — Jews who observe the rules […]

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Ch-Ch-Changes, Plus Personal C-C-Confessions

Adam Corolla has a wonderful and important new video for Prager University about the amazing, and oh-so-necessary human capacity for change. First the video, and then a personal confession. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9G3xufj3Z4[/youtube] Once upon a time I used to believe some pretty foolish things. Jewish, lower-middle class, born and bred in Brooklyn, my family were (and many […]

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