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OPINION

Anti-Semitism and perception

April 7, 2007

Re "Micheal Ray and Jews: no harm, no foul," Opinion, April 3 Zev Chafets hit the nail on the head about Micheal Ray Richardson and his recent comments that got him suspended. Richardson has a penchant for comments that seem foul on first inspection but bear witness to reality on closer inspection. Like Richardson, I grew up in Denver and have known him since high school. We both had a number of Jewish friends. Chafets also knows how to turn a phrase that grabs your attention. He grew up with my wife in Michigan, where he attended synagogue on Saturday and Pentecostal church on Sunday with my wife and her family.

CALIFORNIA | LOCAL

Global Convention Testifies to Pentecostalism's Revival

May 31, 2001 | TERESA WATANABE, TIMES RELIGION WRITER

At the Faithdome in South-Central Los Angeles this week, one of the most dynamic religious movements in the world is out in full force. A man from the Philippines has collapsed on the floor and is murmuring sweet praises to Jesus. An Asian and an African are hugging, praying and weeping. A leader of the faith, Thomas Trask, voice booming and face perspiring, has laid his thick hands over a Korean woman's head and is exhorting God: "Heal! Heal! Heal! We rebuke the attackers in the name of Jesus!"

CALIFORNIA | LOCAL

Theologians Call for Church Truce in Proselytizing

July 18, 1998 | JOHN DART, TIMES STAFF WRITER

Decrying the combative "dark side" of their churches' relations in developing nations, a joint commission of Roman Catholic and Pentecostal theologians on Tuesday condemned as unethical efforts to lure away followers amid mockery of one another's beliefs.

CALIFORNIA | LOCAL

Official Lends Ear in Joyful-Noise Dispute at Church

June 2, 1998 | JOHN CANALIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES

The Interfaith Council of Orange County sent a representative to Christ Our Redeemer AME Church in Costa Mesa on Sunday to help determine whether the morning gospel service is as loud as neighbors who live in an apartment complex next door have alleged. Thomas L. Thorkelson, council vice president, stood outdoors near the apartments for much of the service to gauge the volume of music and the sermon by Pastor Edgar A. Jones.

CALIFORNIA | LOCAL

Decibels, Disciples: Church Neighbors Getting an Earful

June 1, 1998 | JOHN CANALIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES

The Bible calls on the faithful to "sing unto him a new song; play skillfully with a loud noise." Christ Our Redeemer AME Church of Costa Mesa responds every Sunday. Congregants sing, clap, shout and prove that the piano really is a percussion instrument during two-hour services. Members call it religious expression. Neighbors call it noise.

OPINION

An Evangelical Revival

March 29, 1998 | Ruben Martinez, Ruben Martinez, an associate editor at Pacific News Service, is currently finishing a book about life and death in the borderlands

They say Yahweh is the God of the Desert, so I've come to the desert to look for him. I kneel on clean, soft, gray carpet, steadying my suddenly wobbly body by holding onto the pew in front of me. There is another force that keeps me from falling, a slightly trembling hand on my back, right between my shoulder blades. It is the hand of Brother Arturo of Guadalajara.

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