In theory, if we could identify the 24 classes of birds listed in the Torah, we could eat any bird not on this list…
Whether or not such wheat will ever be developed, your question is a fascinating one!
On a basic level, that is exactly why we do it—so you should ask the question “why?”
Your question is quite a serious one, and unfortunately it has been posed many times throughout our tragic history. Here is how one rabbi answered.
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.
How could they use impure animals for the holiest of places?
Dear Friend, At this time of year, I’m always struck by the diversity of Torah. Through Genesis and most of Exodus, the weekly Torah portions followed a storyline narrative. Then we started learning various Torah laws. This week, we began learning the des
I could really use the extra cash, I was planning on offering an early-bird special: Customers can get a discount if they pay in advance . . .
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 Significance of the Shiv'at Haminim
This isn’t just a flowery verse. These seven species are specifically connected to the Land of Israel . . .
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