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Torah, The: (lit. teaching) (a) The Five Books of Moses (The Bible); (b) the overall body of Jewish religious teachings encompassing the whole body of Jewish law, practice and tradition
Exploring the interplay between faith and logic, religion and critical thinking, tradition and technology
Exploring the interplay between faith and logic, religion and critical thinking, tradition and technology. Essays, Stories, Questions and Answers.
The weekly Torah reading - for all ages
A comprehensive presentation of the weekly Torah reading, including translations, summaries and overviews, Rashi in English, and anthology of classical commentaries, essays based on the teachings of the chassidic masters, a wide selection of contemporary ...
The body of Jewish mystical teachings
Explore how the Kabbalistic approach can enhance every aspect of our lives while introducing us to new life-dimensions.
Just Do It!
Bottom line: how is the mitzvah done? This section gives you the basics of Jewish observances, short and to the point -- each mitzvah in about 300 words.
Jewish traditions and mitzvah observances
Shabbat, kosher, mezuzah, tefillin, mikvah . . . The essence of Judaism is in its rituals and observances. A selection of websites offering information and guidance on some of the most basic mitzvot.
The Rebbe's 10-point mitzvah campaign
Where do I begin? Pick a mitzvah, any mitzvah... Here are ten suggested mitzvahs - ten ways to infuse higher meaning into your life and connect to your source and your people. (Click here for Flash Intro)
Four thousand years of Jewish wisdom in practical application for today’s lifestyles. Meditations, dialogues, classic texts and contemporary works, sci-fi/fantasy and one-minute animations—a feast of diverse treats for the hungry spiritual seeker.
Laws and customs concerning daily activities such as dressing and eating, and special events such as visitintg the sick, moving to a new home, and Rosh Chodesh.
Witnessing the moral degeneracy of today’s society, what should the Jewish response be? Perhaps we should withdraw and become an isolationist community, concerned only with our own survival and developing our “chosenness” solely to our own advantage?
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