But what happens if we actually become partners? As the Rabbis well understood, that should be a game changer.
Why does the Torah use two different words for "to count," and what does each indicate?
Parshat Masei: Rabbi Fohrman addresses the age-old question, are we our brother's keeper?
The Torah is a book of great drama, why does the narrative ends with a seemingly-unnecessary story about a random conquest of some towns?
Ki Tavocan be broken into 2 main sections but is there a common thread that unifies our parsha?
The Jewish people commit the worst sin possible - worshiping a false god.
The Torah is not just a list of laws and stories, So, how does the travel log in parshat Masei teach us some sort of timeless lesson?
Is parsha Naso teaching us how we should treat our children?
Are we, through our prayers, able to convince God to change the course of history?
After Israel sings a song of thanksgiving, curiously, Miriam then leads the women of the nation in a second song. Why?
Ki Tavo is so difficult to read; how could Hashem be so cruel to us? Join us as we grapple with the incredibly difficult curses of this week's parsha
Though related to the 10 commandments, what is the larger message that this list of laws in parsha Ki Teitzei is coming to teach us?
Why do Rabbinic laws seem different than Biblical? What does law have to do with God & spirituality?
Rabbi Fohrman connects the metzora purification process with the korban pesach.
How can God be both outside of space and time, and in our physical world?
Is Pinchas, the title character of this parsha, and Eliyahu, the prophet of Kings, really one and the same?
If the entire book of Deuteronomy is supposed to be Moshe's rousing speech before the nation enters Israel, how can we understand the mundane text of Parshat Shoftim?
Why did Miriam lead the women of the nation in a second song?
The promise for long life only comes from 2 commandments; What's the connection between them?
The 10 Commandments: So few words; so much meaning.
Is it possible for us to influence God?
We’ve seen Israel complain over and over, but never before have they tried to undermine and dispose of their leaders. Join us as we...
Is Vayeishev,this weeks parsha, a chapter in Genesis or an episode of Game of Throne?!
We need to put ourselves into the eyes of Pharaoh's daughter.
Why is there is no mention of dinosaurs, and other prehistoric animals, in the Torah?
In this week's parsha, what do we learn about the intense power Abraham had to influence others?
How can we as 21st century Torah learners, find meaning and relevance in the Mishkan's construction?
The mishkan represents the 'face' of God.
What does the odd bargaining session between Abraham & God mean? What does it teach about Abraham?
In this week's video, Rabbi Fohrman points to two fascinating stories which force us to ask a theological question: what impact, if any, can we have on God? Is it possible for us to influence God?