According to the Hebrew Bible, there are any number of crimes for which death is considered the appropriate penalty. Murder another person, and your own life is forfeit. Violate the Sabbath, and you will be stoned. Indulge in incest or adultery, and it is all over. Worship idols, and...
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Dr. Robert Wexler
September 27, 2007 | 8:00 pm
December 28, 2006 | 7:00 pmAlthough this was my third visit to the White House, the novelty does not easily wear off. My first invitation was to a prayer breakfast toward the end of the Clinton administration.
The second time, I wasn't actually invited. I just hitched a ride as the guest of my close friend,...