Wednesday, May 25, 2016 Iyyar 17, 5776
By:
Rabbi Eric Yanoff
We live in trying times. For the first time in American history, the next generation is skeptical that their lives will be an improvement upon the foundation set by their parents and prior generations.
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By:
Rabbi David Glanzberg-Krainin
We might have imagined that Moshe would be preparing for God’s Revelation at Sinai by engaging in deep spiritual preparation. Instead, as the Torah reading opens, we see a leader who appears to be simply overwhelmed.
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By:
Rabbi Josh Waxman
Moses' remembered promise to Joseph highlights the importance of memory to the whole enterprise of redemption.
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By:
Rabbi Seth Frisch
Sarai’s treatment of Hagar is, in a word, harsh.
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By:
Rabbi Howard Alpert
The biblical story of the Exodus is worthy of a Hollywood blockbuster, but it also questions a basic Jewish belief and has kept philosophers up at night for 2,000 years.
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