Why is it important not only to know the law but understand how it came to be?
Why do people always think that there are more Jews than there really are?
Why does God refer to Pinchas not only as the son of Elazar but as the grandson of Aaron?
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Why was Aaron penalized for Moses' sin?
Why Mondays? To understand the connection to Korach, check out the psalm in the Siddur that is recited on Mondays.
This history course focuses on the encounter of a rabbinic civilization shaped centuries earlier in the Near East with the emerging new social, political, economic and intellectual environments of medieval Islam and Christianity. We will explore how these three major Western religions interacted with and influenced each other between the 7th and 17th centuries.
The Torah demonstrates that this age old adage is just as relevant as ever.
Hillel famously warns us not to separate ourselves from the community. Are there exceptions to this rule?
Though we find listening to others kvetch highly irritating, none other than Moshe Rebbuenu kvetches in this week's parsha. What can we learn from Moshe's kvetch? The Torah guides us.
How should we respond to the tumultuous events around the death of George Floyd? The Torah guides us.
Rabbi Steven Saks
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