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The G-d Who Acts in History
To think of history as an arena of change is terrifying. It means that what happened once may never happen again, that we are embarked on a journey with no assurance that we will ever return to where we began.
Spirits in a Material World
Money speaks to our Adam needs, but meaning speaks to our Abraham needs.
Freedom and Truth
Of Lice and Men
At first, Moses' mission seemed to be successful. But then, things start to go wrong and continue to go wrong.
The question is ancient. If G-d hardened Pharaoh’s heart, then it was G-d who made Pharaoh refuse to let the Israelites go, not Pharaoh himself. How can this be just? How could it be right to punish Pharaoh and his people for a decision – a series of decisions – that were not made freely by Pharaoh himself?
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