Saturday, December 27, 2014 Tevet 5, 5775

Synagogues sometimes make the same mistake as the Oscars' producers, writes Rabbi Michael Knopf, believing that, because we grew up with iPods and the Internet, we are vapid solipsists, attracted primarily to slick production and clever marketing. But they could not be more wrong.

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Just in time for the Phillies home opener, Rabbi Joshua Z. Gruenberg analyzes the quintessentially Jewish nature of our national pastime. 

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The worst Jewish event in human history demands attention but we have to be careful not to draw the wrong conclusions, writes Rabbi Yair D. Robinson. 

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