Guest Avail Lt Col (Ret) Sargis Sangari
Lt Colonel (R) Sargis Sangari was born and raised in Iran.
U.S. Army Retired.
- CEO and Founder, Near East Center for Strategic Engagement
- Retired US Army Colonel who saw extensive combat in the Middle East as a Special Operations Forces soldier.
- Expertise in Middle East Military Strategies
Afghanistan | N & S Korea | Iraq | Saudi Arabia | Assyrian Persecution
Middle East Foreign Policy | Turkey | Syria | Iran | Russia | China
Deborah Dash Moore
Are you starting to plan your 2021 Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur celebrations for 2021? Are you looking for new ways to celebrate? New stories to share with your family about the history of the holidays? The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization is a great new resource – free on the web – to help families, scholars, students, Rabbis, etc. quickly access information about Jewish culture including excerpts from famous texts, art from the holocaust, ancient biblical texts paired with archaeology to discover how holidays and the world worked in 332 BCE and so much more.
The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization consists of The Posen Digital Library (PDL), available at posenlibrary.com, and the 10-volume print anthology of Jewish culture being published by Yale University Press. Currently, five volumes are available online and in print, covering the periods 1750–1880, 1918–2005, and the second millennium to 332 BCE.
Would there be interest in talking with Renown Jewish Scholar Deborah Dash Moore, Frederick G. L. Huetwell Professor of History and Professor of Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan and the editor-in-chief of The Posen Library, about how anyone can access images, prose, music, and more to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur? Dr. Moore can discuss how these free resources can add to the understanding and celebration of the holidays
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Stephen C. Meyer: Is There a God?
COVID Lockdown-Induced Despair Results in a Loss of Belief in God
By Stephen C. Meyer
For decades, leading scientists, professors, and New Atheist writers, have insisted that we live in a purposeless universe that “did not have us in mind.” As Richard Dawkins contends, “the universe we observe has exactly the properties we should expect if at bottom there is no purpose, no design… nothing but blind pitiless indifference.” Similarly, physicist Steven Weinberg concludes, “the more the universe seems comprehensible, the more it seems pointless.” The U.S. teen suicide epidemic, among other social pathologies, suggests that young people have especially imbibed this science-based atheism and its depressing implications.
CALL Sandy at 516-735-5468 or e-mail Sandy to schedule interviews with Stephen C. Meyer.
In my new book, Return of the GOD Hypothesis: Three Discoveries that Reveal the Mind Behind the Universe, I challenge this view. The Covid lockdowns have indeed surfaced an underlying despair in our culture, but that despair derives ultimately from a loss of belief in God and a consequent loss of human significance. Yet, the ‘death of God’ at the hands of modern science turns out to have been ‘greatly exaggerated.’ Scientific evidence, far from establishing a universe driven only by blind materialistic forces, now points to a transcendent intelligence, a purposeful creator who did – and does – have us in mind. [more…]
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Stephen C. Meyer received his Ph.D. from Cambridge University in the
philosophy of science. A former geophysicist and college professor, he now directs the Center for Science & Culture at the Discovery Institute in Seattle. He has authored The
New York Times bestseller Darwin’s Doubt and Signature in the Cell, a (London) Times Literary Supplement “Book of the Year.”
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