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Some people think Judaism is all about tradition. It's not. It's about making a whole new world
How could Jacob have studied the Torah, if it was given to Moses centuries later? Did he learn, in advance, how Laban would trick him on his wedding night or how Joseph would thrown in a pit and sold as a slave by his brothers?
The story of the Jewish People over 3,300 years
A tour of Jewish history through the millennia, from our biblical fathers to the upheavals of the 20th century
Sometimes it can be frustrating being a Jew. No matter what you do, one of your grandfathers or grandmothers has already done it. How can one ever do anything original with such ancestors?
You're always talking about how the world is ready and prepared for the Age of Moshiach. I don't see it. It looks like a pretty awful world to me...
Infancy, self-sufficiency and synthesis -- the story of mankind from the Garden of Eden to Noah’s ark to Mount Sinai.
The human psyche is home to two contrasting drives: a striving for freedom, and an impulse to submit to authority. Which should be given priority over the other? Or, to otherwise state the question: in what sort of environment would the Torah prefer to se...
How the technological advances of recent times are connected to approach of the Messianic Era
Dr Nathan Katz introduces a panel discussing recent biographies of the Lubavitcher rebbe, and explores the nature of biography in general.
Pillage or Rescue?
How thievery unwittingly led to a renewed interest in French Jewish History.
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