Friday, February 27, 2015 AdarI 8, 5775

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Rabbi David Gutterman, JE Feature
VAYERA, Genesis 18:1-22:24 Vayera contains one of the most famous stories in the Torah: the binding of Isaac. We read that story -- contained in this week's portion -- every Rosh Hashanah, and each year, we struggle with its content. We ask questions like, "If God asked me, what would I do?" We wonder, "How could any parent think of...
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By:
Rabbi David Gutterman, JE Feature
LECH LECHA, Genesis 12:1-17:27 After a mere 11 chapters, the sacred story of our people this week takes a more particular and intimate turn. After having spoken of and recorded worldly and global events, the Torah turns to one man, one family and the unfolding drama of that family. Indeed, for the balance of our biblical journey, the Jewish story...
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By:
Rabbi David Gutterman, JE Feature
NOACH, Genesis 6:9-11:32 You know the story. The rabbi was especially erudite and scholarly, well-read and well-spoken. In fact, he spoke eight languages ... all of them in Yiddish. The reality is that we don't live in a world in which English is the universal language. And running the risk of being accused of being an apikores , though Yiddish...
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Jewish worshippers gather for a special priestly blessing last Sunday during the holiday of Sukkot at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in the Old City.
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It's that time of the year again, rolling it out just to roll it all in again. Simchat Torah begins at sundown on Oct. 4, when the parades and festivities around town begin in full force.
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