Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Shevat 8, 5775

By:
Rabbi Fred V. Davidow
The Israelites were "caught between the devil and the deep blue sea" when they reached the Sea of Reeds. Pressing from the rear was Pharaoh's army. Lying before them was an impassable barrier of water. The Israelites complained bitterly to Moses that he had not done them any favor by liberating them from slavery. They assailed him with a sarcastic...
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New company wants people to feel good about eating meat
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Phyllis Berman never had any qualms about eating meat when she was growing up, as long as it was kosher. That changed in recent years as the Mount Airy resident learned that animals killed for kosher meat, while slaughtered according to ancient traditions, most likely were raised in just as dirty, cramped and unnatural conditions as those used for conventional...
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Maia Silver read along as her teacher, miles away in a Lansdale home office, remotely highlighted each Hebrew word on her computer screen. " Ani lomedet bih beit sefer bih Cherry Hill ," the 14-year-old high school freshman said, filling in the end of the sentence with her hometown. " Yofi ," Ricky Markovitz's voice congratulated her through the computer...
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BO, Exodus 10:1-13:16
By:
Joshua Runyan
This week's Torah portion is its 15th out of 53, and describes the final three plagues to befall the Egyptians before Pharaoh lets the fledgling Israelites free. It begins and ends smack dab in the middle of the Passover narrative, leaving off the splitting of the Sea of Reeds for next week. But for all intents and purposes, the Torah...
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VAERA, Exodus 6:2-9:35
By:
Rabbi Howard A. Addison
"We see things not as they are but as we are." Taken from Milton's poem Paradise Lost, this haunting aphorism offers us a penetrating look into human nature. None of us sees the world through untinted lenses. Even when we think we're being objective, our backgrounds, values and interests condition how we understand life. Few tales demonstrate this better than...
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