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Did You Know There Are Actually Four Rosh Hashanahs Each Year? – Rosh Hashanah
The Talmud expounds four dates as the beginning of the year.
The Eyes of the World Are Upon Israel – Nitzavim-Vayelech
Why does such a small country attract so much attention?
Finding God In The Little Things – Ki Tavo
After witnessing the Ten Plagues, the Parting of the Sea and the giving of the Ten Commandments, do we really need to see God in sandals that don’t wear out? Table for Five: Ki Tavo Edited by Salvador Litvak, the …
The Lesson of the Lost Ox – Ki Teitzei
The Holy Inconvenience of Returning Lost Property
Judges and Cops in the Torah – Shoftim
The connection between faith and law.
The Torah Is Eternal – Re’eh
Can we both keep the Torah sacrosanct and create innovations around it?
Does God Offer a Quid Pro Quo? – Eikev
God says, do good and you’ll be rewarded. Why can’t we see it?
The Lord Was Angry With Me Because of You – Va’etchanan
Moses didn’t enter the Promised Land, but his legacy did. Big time.
The Original Sanctuary Cities – Matot Masei
God created Cities of Refuge for accidental manslayers.
Again We’re Counting the Jews? Why? – Pinchas
Statistics can easily dehumanize – a census does the opposite.
Was Aaron Guilty By Association? – Chukat Balak
He didn’t speak out.