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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

November 23, 2012

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The challenges of caring for an aging parent (Originally broadcast April 13, 2012); Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz a spiritual mentor and scholar who has devoted his life to making the Talmud accessible to all (Originally broadcast April 27, 2012); and biographer Dana Greene on poet Denise Levertov, whose writing was influenced by Judaism, Christianity, war, and peace.

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