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Exploring the divide between Maimonidean rationalism and Chabad mysticism
Maimonides is often portrayed as a rationalist who opposed any form of mysticism. Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi is generally seen as a mystic, albeit one of moderate rationalist inclination. A comparative textual reading reveals that these two greats may ...
The simplest explanation is most likely to be correct
Scientific principle dictates that the simplest explanation is always most likely to be correct. Theism provides the simplest explanation for why the world we inhabit exists.
Uncle Yossi Story Time
An inkwell tips over and a beautiful drawing mysteriously appears. Could this drawing have been made by itself? A story about discovering the true Master and Creator of the world. (Based on Sefer Chovas Halevovos, ch. 7)
Does the Creator Need Us?
G‑d is on the campaign trail to be crowned as King of the Universe again this year, and He wants your vote.
Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 18
Upon completing the building of the Sanctuary in the desert, everyone was able to behold G-d's presence with their physical eyes. When Moshiach comes, G-d will be seen everywhere by everyone. What does it mean to see G-d and why can't we see him all the t...
Jewish Essentials - Part 1
What does it mean to be a Jew? Join us as we explore the fundamentals of Judaism and our role in the world. This class is the first of a six-part lecture series titled ‘The Essentials,’ which introduces the foundations of Jewish life and living.
A Parenting Workshop
Answering questions like: What is G-d? If I have a soul, why can’t I see it? Where do people go when they die? Is there a heaven and a hell? Why do bad things happen to good people? I did something bad, is G-d angry with me?
A Tisha B'Av Study
Why building a Temple on the Temple Mount is by necessity the first stage in making the world a G-dly place. (Based on the Rebbe's discourse Gadol Yihyeh K'vod Habayis Hazeh, 5722.)
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Ki-Tisa
In this portion, we read G-d's Thirteen Attributes of Mercy: "G-d, G-d, compassionate G-d and gracious, slow to anger, and abundant in kindness and truth, preserver of kindness for two thousand generations. " In the word "notzar" (preserver of kindness) t...
A chassidic tale on the source of arrogance
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