Friday, July 1, 2016 Sivan 25, 5776
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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By:
Rabbi Arthur Waskow
Why do we think that God’s name has changed? Maybe it has been these mysterious names all along?
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By:
Rabbi George Stern
The most common dictionary definition of “future” is “the time or a period of time following the moment of speaking or writing; time regarded as still to come.”
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By:
Rabbi Gregory S. Marx
How we say something is as important as what we say.
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By:
Rabbi David Ackerman
This Shabbat takes us to the heart of Bereshit’s longest and most intricate tale of family disunity: the story of Jacob’s sons, of Joseph and his brothers.
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