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Noah lived 950 years. That’s enough time to do everything wrong and everything right.
Is it the ideal position for a Jew to be locked off from the world, isolated in a self-imposed ghetto? We were tasked with being "a light unto the nations" and we can't do our job if we stay home and hibernate...
If the Torah's description of Noah's righteousness can be understood both ways, why do the sages propose a negative interpretation?
Did Noah really succeed? According to the Sages: No. He did what he was told, he saved himself and his immediate loved ones; but he did not try to save everyone else.
If the world stubbornly refuses to be saved, does that excuse me from continuing to try?
Noah entered an ark to escape the mighty waters. Where is our ark?
Do sermons really work? Can the words of any one individual really have an effect on the way people live their lives? Is anyone out there actually listening? (Reading?) Rabbis are probably unrealistic when they anticipate dramatic results from their sermo...
What lesson is there in seeing evil, observing another person's sin?
His faith may have been bit wobbly in the knees. But he got the job done. My kind of hero
Euthanasia makes sense. The animal kingdom, Greek culture and Darwinism all lend their credence. The only one withholding credence is a pesky verse in our Parshah...
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