Monday, December 5, 2016 Kislev 5, 5777
By:
Rabbi Jon Cutler
By treating someone as an outsider we do not see them as an equal, or as a person, but as an object to be defamed and devalued. They can never be seen being created in the image of God.
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By:
Rabbi Joshua Z. Gruenberg
Jewish people have often found themselves being both residents and aliens in their own ancestral lands.
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By:
Rabbi Simcha Zevit
In this week’s parsha, Vayera, we read the well-known story of the Akeidah.
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By:
Rabbi Robert Layman
How often have we had the experience of standing our ground and not making concessions because we believed we were in the right?
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By:
Rabbi Lance J. Sussman
What happened to Noah, the calm ship captain who stayed even-keel in the storm? One possibility is that he developed the first reported case of post-traumatic stress disorder.
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