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Letters and Numbers of Torah - Beshalach
After fighting a war with the nation of Amalek, Moses says (Exodus 17:16) “There is a hand on the throne of G-d [swearing] that there shall be a war of G-d against Amalek from generation to generation.” In this verse, G-d's four-letter name is missing the...
A Jew is a Jew is a Jew
The "Chasidic revolution" of the late 1700s and early 1800s revealed the basic truth that "a Jew is a Jew is a Jew." This premise -- that a Jew always remains essentially Jewish -- also introduced a new approach for dealing with spiritual defects when the...
On the 21st Yahrzeit of Rabbi JJ Hecht
Rabbi Moshe Feller, the chief Chabad emissary to Minnesota, shares personal stories of how legendary Jewish activist, Rabbi JJ Hecht, showed him how "a red-blooded American" could be the model of a passionately committed Jew.
An Introduction to Judaism for Non-Jews
A rabbi speaks to a non-Jewish group about Judaism's message to all humankind -- the Seven Noahide Laws.
What does it mean to be “a good Jew”? It all depends on which direction you’re heading.
Reflections of an Israeli Military Chaplain
How we all contribute to Israel's security by promoting Jewish unity and continuity.
Isifiying them is one thing. Investisizing within them is another. Both—that‘s just divine!
It’s one thing to create creatures out of nothing. It’s another to investisize yourself within them. And doing both at the same time--well, that’s just divine.
“You Can Run but You Can’t Hide!”
Through humor and inspirational stories, this lecture will examine the deep and awesome dynamics of the Jewish soul and its identity.
Rabbi Manis Friedman discusses how 2,000 years of being discriminated against has affected our self-awareness as Jews. How do we heal? How do we stand up, not in spite of our Jewishness, but because of it? What does it mean to be "Jewishly Proud"?
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