A heifer is simply a fancy name for a young cow that hasn’t yet borne a calf. And the red is not ruby red.
All he does is eat, grumble, and leave. Is there any point in having him there?
How could they use impure animals for the holiest of places?
Will we be using laser cutters and cranes, or will be using the Iron Age techniques of the first two Temples?
The answer to your quandary is right there in front of you—on your finger. Just look at your wedding ring.
Ketav Ivri vs. Ketav Ashurit
I recently read about some ancient writings that were in a script called Proto-Hebrew, which the Jews supposedly used to write in before the current Hebrew script.
The beit din still has an important function today.
The Significance of the Shiv'at Haminim
This isn’t just a flowery verse. These seven species are specifically connected to the Land of Israel . . .
Before addressing this question, let’s recount a story that underscores the importance of a mourner reciting Kaddish and reading the haftarah throughout the year of mourning.
The Torah Prohibition Against Mixing Seeds or Species
The Torah forbids combining certain species of animals and plants in specific ways.