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Posted on: October 27th, 2016

JudaismHalacha & Hashkafa

That would be cheating the rightful party and an injustice. Some authorities write that doing so would be considered a taus b'dvar mishna, a mistrial, and the compromise is null and void.

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Posted on: October 27th, 2016

JudaismHalacha & Hashkafa

The Difficult Choice ‘His Father’s Lost Object And His Rebbe’s Lost Object…’ (Bava Metzia 33a)

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Posted on: October 27th, 2016

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Posted on: October 27th, 2016

JudaismAsk the Rabbi

Question: Is there anything in Jewish law that prohibits replacing an old, existing matzeivah (tombstone) with a new, better one? I would greatly appreciate your response to this question. A Reader Tucson, AZ

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Posted on: October 27th, 2016

JudaismHalacha & Hashkafa

What happens if two people are holding on to abandoned property and each claims to have found it first?

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Posted on: October 27th, 2016

JudaismColumnsLessons In Emunah

To not keep Shabbos and not honor her parents seemed too much of a price to pay for a job she didn’t really like.

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Posted on: October 27th, 2016

JudaismColumnsLessons In Emunah

With nothing pressing on their duty roster, Rabbi Avi was convinced by the boys to try to catch fish at the river nearby.

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Posted on: October 27th, 2016

JudaismParshaRedeeming Relevance / Rabbi Francis Nataf

Though a woman helps her partner and remains his equal, she nurtures and thereby becomes a man's superior. Paradoxically, therefore, woman may be just a bit closer to the image of God than man.

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo
 

Posted on: October 27th, 2016

JudaismColumnsRabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo

I believe that the Torah is often morally, deeply, and deliberately flawed, and that furthermore, God Himself intentionally made it flawed. It is the latter issue that I will discuss in this essay.

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Posted on: October 23rd, 2016

JudaismColumnsRabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo

The possibility of chidushm - looking into the same text with new eyes - is crucial. The call for new interpretations, not just repeating what has been said, is fundamental to genuine Torah learning

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Posted on: October 21st, 2016

JudaismHalacha & Hashkafa

The Majority Rule ‘If The Majority Are Israelites…’ (Bava Metzia 24a-b)

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Posted on: October 21st, 2016

JudaismColumnsLessons In Emunah

Despite our age difference and the fact that they were newly married and we were expecting our fourth child, the newcomers and us hit it off well.

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Posted on: October 21st, 2016

JudaismAsk the Rabbi

Question: I notice that in some synagogues I visit on Shabbat, some people do not fold their tallitot but rather leave them in their place unfolded. Others do fold them. I asked one person why he doesn’t fold his tallit, and he responded that doing so is not permitted. Is that true? I. Hager Brooklyn, NY

Rabbi Francis Nataf
 

Posted on: October 21st, 2016

JudaismParshaRedeeming Relevance / Rabbi Francis Nataf

It was not enough for Moshe to die by himself, however; his separation from family and nation had to be total, even after his death. And so his burial spot would need to be hidden from all.

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis
 

Posted on: October 21st, 2016

JudaismRebbetzin's Viewpoint

Sukkot is the most universalistic of all festivals. At the same time, however, it is the most particularist of festivals. When we sit in the sukkah, we recall Jewish history

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Posted on: October 21st, 2016

JudaismColumnsRabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Sukkot is the most universalistic of all festivals. At the same time, however, it is the most particularist of festivals. When we sit in the sukkah, we recall Jewish history

Weekly Luach - Shabbat Shalom
 

Posted on: October 20th, 2016

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Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis
 

Posted on: October 16th, 2016

JudaismRebbetzin's Viewpoint

How many of our promises are still throbbing in our hearts and how many have been put away with our Yom Kippur machzorim until next year? Commit to making this year COUNT!

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo
 

Posted on: October 16th, 2016

JudaismColumnsRabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo

The Sukkah represents our life span on earth. For what is a Sukkah but a frail structure which we need to dwell in for 7 days and these 7 days represent man’s average life span of about seventy years

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Posted on: October 14th, 2016

JudaismParsha

On Shabbos, says Rav Cohen, we exist in a world of mei’ein Olam Habah, a microcosm of the next world, a taste of Gan Eden.

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