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G-d and Man

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Throughout their time, the Gaonim made a number of decrees to enhance Jewish life.
On the Eternal Unfolding of the Transcendent Torah Torah Hermeneutics in the Thought of Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson RankRankRankRankRankRank
Abstract: Throughout the ages the Sages of the Jewish People have applied received exegetical principles within new contexts. Conceptual, geographic and temporal diversity have led to a multiplicity of apparently conflicting conclusions, all drawn within...
Hasn't belief in G-d caused as much evil as good? If G-d knows best, what's the point of prayer? How can we have "free choice" if G-d already knows what we're going to do? Do (Normal) Jews believe in prophesy? Are we supposed to be afraid of G-d?
The Ten Commandments are really five: the sixth commandment is but an extension of the first, the 2nd commandment and the 7th commandmenment are likewise one and the same, and so on
The Tefillin Files The Story of How One Unstoppable Teenage Kid Exposed the Hidden Secrets of an Ancient Ritual RankRankRankRankRankRank
A sci-fi rendering of tefillin, its kabbalistic underpinnings, and its contemporary relevance.
What If You Mess Up? What divorce teaches about marriage RankRankRankRankRankRank
Why does G‑d tell you how to get divorced, if He believes in marriage?
The power to be silent at certain moments of life and of history is an important strength. It expresses the awareness that G-d is infinite, and cannot be encapsulated in our human conceptions of what should take place...
Imagine a house with three rooms: a large room where the bulk of your time is spent; a smaller chamber where precious occasions of the spirit are enjoyed; and a rarely visited sanctum that is the absolute center of your life.
When you’re feeling sad, do you go to your father or to your mother? Is it transcendence that you seek, or the solacing embrace that assures us that nothing is meaningless, that everything we are and feel can be borne, inhabited and redeemed?
The souls of Israel include “beautiful” souls, souls “of prestigious lineage,” and “ugly” souls, each of whom contribute their own unique dimension to our relationship with G‑d.
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