Thursday, March 26, 2015 Nisan 6, 5775

MIKETZ, Genesis 41:1-44:17; Numbers 7:48-592
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Rabbi Lisa S. Malik
Parashat Miketz marks a real turning point in the Joseph saga. In last week's Torah portion, Joseph was in a "pit," literally and metaphorically. He was betrayed by his older brothers, having been lowered into a pit in the desert, cast into the depths of slavery and then thrown into an Egyptian prison cell. This week, the portion begins with...
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The Festival of Lights is rapidly approaching, and that means it's time for many Jewish families to deck their homes with Chanukah-themed dish towels, napkins, candles and tablecloths, all while braving the malls or hopping online to find the latest MP3 player or the hottest video game for the kids. It's no secret that Chanukah has become part of mainstream...
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While the Conservative movement's law committee may have confounded some by accepting what seem to be diametrically opposed positions regarding the status of gays and lesbians, a number of Philadelphia-area rabbis said the decisions did not come as a surprise to them, and that the rulings were in keeping with the denomination's tradition of tackling controversial issues within the framework...
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VAYESHEV, Genesis 37:1-40:23
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Rabbi David Gutterman
Do you recall Golda Meir's famous quip: "Why did God bring us to the only place in the Middle East without oil?" Let's think about that for a moment, and then think Chanukah. Because no other holiday is as dominated by this oil-slick motif as is the Festival of Lights. The menorah is optimally lit with oil per the Talmud's...
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A cookie here, a mini-loaf there ...
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Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
There's no greater pleasure for a cook than to share food with others who love to eat. Yet at Chanukah time, many overlook the treasure trove of gift ideas in their culinary repertoires. They run from store to store in search of the perfect gift, when all they really need to do is preheat the oven. Any recipe that makes...
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