I have Tazria! Great! I am the rabbi that gets to write about the diseases of the Bible.
“Look both ways before you cross!” That’s guidance we’ve all heard, likely drilled into us as children.
The Pesach seder remains the most observed Jewish festival home gathering to this day.
By Rabbi Jonah Rank Parshat Tzav I don’t know if the Queen of England disposes of her own waste. Nor can I envision her emptying the...
By Rabbi Jon Cutler Parshat Vayikra The Book of Leviticus is my favorite book in the Torah. Its first parshah, also called Vayikra, deals with the...
People don’t come fully assembled; they are built and broken, polished and sanded, hardened by experience, and softened by time.
Ki Tisa begins with God instructing Moses that when he is taking a census of the Israelite people, everyone 20 or older shall pay a half-shekel.
Step into the Molish Sanctuary at Old York Road Temple-Beth Am in Abington and you’re immediately enveloped by a breathtaking room with a soaring ceiling, continuous red brick walls and warm gold carpeting reminiscent of Sinai’s desert sand.
In this week’s Torah reading, G-d speaks to Moses and Israel from Mount Sinai. The Israelites listen and accept the covenant that G-d proposed, saying “We will do and we will listen.”
By Rabbi Gregory Marx Parshat Mishpatim My wife and I have not been able to travel, go out for dinner, see friends, even be with our...