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Tikkun Magazine Sping 2012 Issue
This is the Spring 2012 issue of Tikkun Magazine. The price includes shipping (you will not see a choice of shipping options when you check out if this is the only product you buy).
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Table Of Contents
Letters to the Editor
Occupy Passover Seders and Easter Gatherings
Both holidays share a message of liberation for the downtrodden—let’s tap into it!
Loving and Supporting Occupy
by MICHAEL LERNER
The Spirituality of Occupy
by JOHN HELMIERE
What’s Next for Occupy
by DONNA SCHAPER
Sustaining the Occupy Movement
by MIKI KASHTAN
Localization: The Economics of Happiness
by HELENA NORBERG-HODGE
Horizontalidad and Territory in the Occupy Movements
by MARINA SITRIN
Occupy’s Message to the Food Movement: Bridge the Class Divides
by KRISTIN WARTMAN
Politics & Society
Obama, Palestine, and the United Nations
by STEPHEN ZUNES
How and why did President Obama betray his own commitments to a just Israeli-Palestinian peace process?
The Walls of the Reform Movement’s “Big Tent”
by ASHLEY BATES
A powerful Jewish movement champions social justice—except when this means criticizing the Israeli government.
Healing the World Through Consciousness Exploration
by PHIL WOLFSON
When it comes to philosophy of mind, there is an alternative to the discourse of human specialness and superiority.
Consciousness Studies and a Transformation of the Western Worldview
by CHRISTOPHER HOLVENSTOT
The emerging field of consciousness studies offers the perspective we need to make our global human community sustainable.
Jesus Kept Kosher: The Jewish Christ of the Gospel of Mark
by DANIEL BOYARIN
Think Mark 7 represents a parting of the ways between Judaism and Christianity? Not so fast.
The Religious Counterculture
by ANA LEVY-LYONS
The claims of liberal theology, if taken seriously, generate radical obligations. What would the world look like if religious liberals became religiously observant?
Finding Manna in the Age of Monsanto
by WILLIAM O’BRIEN
The story of this substance that saved the Israelites from starvation can enliven our struggle for economic justice and ecological healing.
Our Saving Grace: A Relational Mode of Being
Relational Reality by Charlene Spretnak
Review by KAREN K. CHEN
The Growth of a Global Community
Waiting for Something That Never Arrived: Meditations on a Progressive America in Honor of Tony Judt by Dan Shanahan
Review by ROBERT INCHAUSTI
Assimilation for Muslims and Jews?
Muslims and Jews in America: Commonalities, Contentions, and Complexities by Reza Aslan and Aaron J. Hahn Tapper
Review by JILL JACOBS
Melancholia in the Subjunctive Mood
Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease by Gary Greenberg
Review by BRADLEY LEWIS
Setting the Record Straight: The Arabs, Zionism, and the Holocaust
The Arabs and the Holocaust: The Arab-Israeli War of Narratives by Gilbert Achcar
Review by USSAMA MAKDISI
by CHANA BLOCH
Childism: Confronting Prejudice Against Children by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl
Lazarus, Come Forth! by John Dear
The Tea Party and the Remaking of Republican Conservatism by Theda Skocpol and Vanessa Williamson
Vultures' Picnic by Greg Palast
The Meaning of the Bible by Douglas A. Knight and Amy-Jill Levine
Reclaiming the Bible for a Non-Religious World by John Shelby Spong