Rabbi Fohrman asks about an interesting name of God and leads a whirlwind tour of modern cosmology
Moshe viewed his speech impediment as part of his core identity and his intrinsic human imperfection
But a rally has no effect on the terrorists themselves. In truth, it validates what they have done.
The midwifes rejecting Pharoah's command is the first recorded incident of civil disobedience
You know that you are strangers in a foreign land. You recognize that you stem from a different culture.
In reality, there is no such thing as an unimportant detail, an unimportant mitzvah.
Why is it necessary to perform an aveirah punishable by lashes in order to be deemed a legal rashah and be pasul l’eidus m’d’Oraisa?
When my father died suddenly when I was newly married there was no one who had to say Kaddish for him. I am one of four daughters and he had no brothers.
You are up to the task of being the emissary of Hashem, if you choose to. However, the choice is yours.
A Kohen Of Choice ‘A Deaf-Mute, A Mentally Challenged Person, A Minor…’ (Yevamos 99b)
How did their hatred toward the Jews make their own lives disgusting? It’s the Jews they hated, not themselves.
Question: If Abraham was commanded to circumcise his descendants on the eighth day, why do Arabs – who claim to descend from Abraham through Yishmael – wait until their children are 13 to circumcise them? I am aware that this is a matter of little consequence to our people. Nevertheless, this inconsistency is one that piques my curiosity. M. Goldman (Via E-mail)
A few days, Mrs. Feldman called back. "I would prefer a nice cake rather than the chocolate."
“Surely,” my family insisted, “there must be someone suitable for you. You can’t be so picky."
"He looked this way and that way" means Moses looked within to see whether he was Egyptian or Jewish
God wants man to maximize benefit from Creation only in ways that don’t compromise spiritual health
Rabbi Fohrman explores a midrash about God's names in this week's parsha
The first recorded instance of civil disobedience is the story of Shifra and Puah, defying Pharaoh
Pop culture teaches "thought creates reality;" Chassidut: “Divinity's a given,reality's a novelty”