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Shabbos HaGadol
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Malachi 3:4-24 In the future, the sacrifices of the nation will be as pleasing to G-d as they were in the “good old days.” (This is the closing sentiment of the Amidah prayer.) G-d will make quick work of sorcerers, adulterers, people who swear falsely, those who don’t pay their workers promptly, and those who […]
Parshat Ki Tisa – Wipe Out vs Write Out
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This week, Rabbi Moshe Rosenstein, a former national president and NJ NCSY alum, and current head of Tomer Devorah, tells us about the difference between the approaches of Noach and Moshe. They’re both confronted with some unsavory news but how Moshe reacts is what made him so great.
Violence and the Sacred
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Why sacrifices? To be sure, they have not been part of the life of Judaism since the destruction of the Second Temple, almost 2,000 years ago. But why, if they are a means to an end, did God choose this end? This is, of course, one of the deepest questions in Judaism, and there are […]