Think Again: Trump’s Jerusalem Decision May Actually Revitalize the Peace Process (Delaware News Journal op-ed)
Conventional wisdom is that President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem will hinder the peace process. Is this really the case?
It has been said that the God of the so called “Old Testament” is a judgmental God. Is that truly the case?
By performing the Mitzvah of Bikur Cholim (visiting the sick) we can help to physically heal the sick.
Is observing the law enough or do we need to do more in order to do Teshuvah (repentance)?
In reaction to the Israeli government’s announcement that it is suspending plans to create a mixed prayer area at the Western Wall diaspora Jews have announced that they need to rethink their relationship with the Jewish State. Is this the correct reaction?
Delaware changed its law to provide for the needs of parents of stillborn children. Can Jewish law learn from Delaware’s example?
Part two of this series addresses the question of how Judaism distinguishes between the natural and man-made and why these differences are significant.
Part 1 of this series addresses two questions:
Question1: What is the relationship between God and nature?
Question 2: Are humans part of nature or apart from nature.
Regular participation in religious services can improve the immune system, decrees blood pressure and add years to our lives. How can this be?
The Star Wars story and the story of the Exodus are similar and incredibly popular. Why?
Rabbi Steven Saks
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