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Rabbi Pinchas Taylor, an inspirational young scholar, is a sought-after educator and speaker. He lives in South Florida with his wife Miriam and serves as the Director of Adult Education and Outreach at the Chabad of Plantation. He is the author of two books which you can view and purchase here.
Lesson 4: The Resurrection: A Rational Approach?
The Resurrection of the Dead can seem like a puzzling concept to the modern thinker. But it too is a core Jewish belief. We will see that it not only logically sound to believe in, but is already actualized in nature. In light of discoveries in modern tec...
Lesson 3: The Time of Redemption: Predicting Moshiach?
When is Moshiach coming? (That’s the “million-dollar question.) We will examine the six-thousand year map of human history described by our Sages, consider at which juncture we now find ourselves, and look for evidence that the redemption is currently unf...
Lesson 2: The Anointed One: Paradigm or Person?
Moshiach is a generic term for an “anointed” leader, and Moshiach is therefore more of a job description than a personal designation. Jewish literature describes specific qualifying characteristics and traits that Moshiach must possess, and also lays out ...
Lesson 1: The Future: Utopia in the Real World?
What makes Moshiach so central to Judaism? By exploring the spiritual meaning of exile and why we yearn for Moshiach, we derive surprising lessons about its universal application. The Messianic Era is the clear expression of the Divine as it was originall...
The Power of Sight
Eyes: Window to the Soul
The Custom to Wear a Special Hat
Discover the reasons behind the practice to wear a dignified head covering especially during prayers.
Behind the ‘Shalom Aleichem’ Song
On Friday night prior to reciting Kiddush, we sing Shalom Aleichem greeting the accompanying angels. What is the origin and meaning of this popular custom?
Why the ‘Shabbat Shalom’ Greeting
Discover the layers of meaning behind what seems to be just a polite gesture to wish others Shabbat Shalom.
The reason behind the common custom for tzitzit
Why Is the Tallit White?
Discover the halachic and mystical basis for the white fringes of tzitzit and the matching white Tallit shawl with black or blue stripes.
The origin of raising a glass of wine together
Why Jews Toast L’Chaim (To Life)
Discover the history and significance of the custom to raise a cup of wine with well-wishes of L’Chaim to one another.
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