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If, as is commonly accepted, absolute power corrupts absolutely, given the choice, aren’t we far better off as a democratic meritocracy?
How does G-d prepare for His annual reelection? Does He just sit up there in His "palace" trusting in our good sense to proclaim Him king once again? Does He go after the vote, mingling with the masses, pressing the flesh, kissing babies?
Unless you're particularly religious, "G-d" is probably not a word that you use comfortably
The story of Susie (Sarah Bracha) Koroghli, granddaughter of His Majesty King Sisowath Monivong
When the story broke that the daughter of a Cambodian princess was celebrating her bat mitzvah in Phnom Penh, the Jewish world wondered: Who is this Cambodian princess, and how did she become Jewish? Here is the story of Susie (Sarah Bracha) Koroghli, gra...
Nowadays, many are not comfortable with the prospect of a real monarch, yet Moshiach will lead as us as a king. How do we understand this to be progress?
Profound analysis of the redeemer’s name and persona
Delving into the scriptural origin and deeper meaning of the official name of our long awaited Jewish savior, “Moshiach”, serves to set into motion a surprising journey of redemptive discovery. Based on a wide range of source material, by better understan...
In the 16th-century Shabbat hymn “Lecha Dodi,” we welcome the Shabbat as both a bride and queen. Here’s why . . .
For the haftarah of Korach, From the Teachings of the Rebbe
The haftarah for Korach is from the book of I Samuel. I Samuel 11:14-12:22. It tells how Samuel established King Saul as the sovereign over the Jewish people. This was the second time Samuel did this. The first time was a small event in Mitzpah, when Saul...
Can the government take private property?
Let’s start with the classic definition of eminent domain, which is first mentioned in the Book of Samuel.
Isn’t one Torah enough? Why did a king need two? What point is there in having a Torah kept in his treasury?
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