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Do Jews Go to Heaven?

The podcast of my discussion with a rabbi.

Last March I wrote a column, "Why Evangelize the Jews?," that advocated Jewish evangelism. This sparked a frank online exchange with Rabbi Yehiel Poupko, Judaic Scholar at the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, followed by a joint appearance on National Public Radio's "Tell Me More" program. Now the Yehiel and Stan roadshow has moved to "Extension 720," a two-hour discussion program on WGN-AM, hosted by the legendary Dr. Milt Rosenberg (who, not incidentally, this week was awarded the 2008 National Humanities Medal by President Bush). To go to the podcast of our exchange, which occurred on Wednesday, November 19th, click here.

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Posted:November 21, 2008 at 8:59AM
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