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Yanki Tauber

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Yanki Tauber served as editor of Chabad.org
A sampling of the Rebbe’s revolutionary teachings and initiatives
The author may well have invented a new genre: the Kabalistic-Chasidic Story
The fraught relationship between the Vilna Gaon and R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi
Divided for the Sake of Heaven
For 18th-century Jewry in Eastern Europe, the city of Vilna was the bastion of Torah scholarship and the center of Talmudic learning, while Mezheritch was the cradle of Chassidism and deep spirituality. The precedence and relevance of these two foci of Je...
A conversation about the nature of existence
The Physical World According to the Alter Rebbe
On the 200th anniversary of the passing of the Alter Rebbe, founder of the Chabad school of mysticism, two scholars sit down to discuss the significance of one of his teachings—the meaning and value of the physical universe.
There are other components to the human diet, and technically we can subsist on other foods. But there is something about bread which marks it as the quintessential food, and as the metaphor for all that nourishes our existence.
Why is belief in Moshiach so fundamental to Judaism? Could not a person conceivably commit himself to observing the Torah, without accepting its vision of a future perfect world?
On the significance of Shabbat Hagadol
As a rule, important dates on the Jewish calendar are celebrated according to the day of the month. The war of the firstborn occurred on the 10th of Nissan, which was also the Shabbat before Passover. So why does the commemoration of this miracle follow t...
One day, it was revealed to Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov that he had merited that a great soul would be his "roommate" and partner in the World To Come...
If the Torah's description of Noah's righteousness can be understood both ways, why do the sages propose a negative interpretation?
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