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It’s got to be one of the toughest marketing problems of all time: selling Orthodox Judaism. You’ve got all this long black stuff. And then there are the hats . . .
Does a moral life equal good fortune? Do things always go right for you if you're a "religious" person?
Life is mostly waste. Take food, for example: we spend many hours earning the money, shopping, cooking, eating, and then most of it passes right through our bodies and into the city's sewer system
Here's a confession. Torah observant Jews have questions. They can have crisis of faith, moments of feeling isolated and abandoned by G d.
Moses had to contend with both sides: inducing the Israelites to do teshuvah and G-d to exercise forgiveness.
An Answer to the Controversy
The issue is even more baffling than you think. Most of the guidelines for prayer, we learned from a lady named Chana who lived about 3000 years ago. Yet all the dominant roles in communal prayer are given to men!
A feminist asks: if Judaism stresses a woman's role as a mother, what is a woman’s purpose if she cannot physically have children?
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