Weekly Sermonette

Pain or Privilege?
Even as G-d was providing them with the most incredible miracles, bread from heaven and water from rocks, they were busy moaning and groaning throughout...
Timeless Torah
We happily accept those practices we identify with, but pronounce the others “old-fashioned,” obsolete and out of step with the modern world. What is the underlying argument that allows us the luxury of that rationalization—one which, in a moment of frankness, we might admit is somewhat inconsistent with our own stated beliefs?
The Path of Least Resistance?
There are many important lessons from the story of "the Second Passover," such as there are always second chances in life, or that G-d sometimes waits to see if we really want something badly enough to demand it and only then does He give it to us. But I'd like to share with you third idea...
“Truth, Time, and Trumpets”
How do we balance the old with the new, the ancient and venerable with the latest and greatest?
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