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Lipa, Disney, and Lulav and Etrog

Sara Gold
Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Observant Jews looking to travel far from home once had to confine themselves to day trips and packed sandwiches.

Lipa, Disney, and Lulav and Etrog

Sara Gold
Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Observant Jews looking to travel far from home once had to confine themselves to day trips and packed sandwiches.

Why Was The Prato Haggadah Left Unfinished?

Menachem Wecker
Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

When the Cistercian abbot Stephen Harding commissioned an illuminated bible in 1109, he wanted to ensure its accuracy. So he did what any good scholar (but very few medieval Church leaders) would do; he sought rabbinic counsel so that he could have access to the original Hebrew. The so-called St. Stephen’s Bible, which can be seen in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s current exhibit, Pen and Parchment: Drawing in the Middle Ages, represents a rare collaboration of rabbinic and Christian scholarship.

Why Was The Prato Haggadah Left Unfinished?

Menachem Wecker
Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

When the Cistercian abbot Stephen Harding commissioned an illuminated bible in 1109, he wanted to ensure its accuracy. So he did what any good scholar (but very few medieval Church leaders) would do; he sought rabbinic counsel so that he could have access to the original Hebrew. The so-called St. Stephen’s Bible, which can be seen in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s current exhibit, Pen and Parchment: Drawing in the Middle Ages, represents a rare collaboration of rabbinic and Christian scholarship.

Heroics Or Hope

Dr. Miriam Adahan
Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

Like medical doctors, every therapist is tormented at times with the question of the hopelessness or hopefulness of a marriage or any other relationship. Everyone is anxious to know if the “broken” spouse/child/parent/sibling can be fixed. With desperation in their voices, they ask, “Can medication, therapy or other interventions turn him/her around and stop him/her from being so depressed, anxious, addicted or angry?” How can a therapist say, “There is no hope.”?

Don’t Sweat Over Small Stuff (Part One)

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis
Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

There’s a popular adage that tells us not to sweat the small stuff. I always thought that it meant we should not make an issue out of insignificant incidents that impinge on our kavod. When we are victims, we should categorize all this as “small stuff” and the best way to deal with it is to forgive, forget and move on.

‘Crisis’ In Orthodoxy?

Rabbi Steven Pruzansky
Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

The recent arrests of several New Jersey rabbis, coming on the heels of a variety of other scandals in Jewish life that also resulted in prominent arrests, have led many to conclude that Orthodoxy is in crisis and its entire worldview under siege and perhaps unsustainable.

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