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Practical Parshah - Behaalotecha
Torah views meat-eating as a luxury, not a right. When is it appropriate -- and inappropriate -- to use animals for food?
The next time you attend a backyard barbecue and see the meat sizzling on the grill, know that your soul is salivating as well.
From man I expect good and bad. From G-d I expected only good. Until I learned about the animal sacrifices. Apparently G-d actually wants them. Imagine, a place set aside for slaughter -- in a temple!
I had two arguments this week, one with a vegetarian and the second with a businessman. The crazy part was that my position was the same each time and I even quoted the same verse of Torah to prove it.
Question: I keep hearing and reading various sources stating that it is absolute halachah that one must eat meat on Shabbat. Is this actual halachah, or just a custom (albeit a very widespread one), and what is the reasoning behind this law/custom? The re...
For better or for worse, meat is an undeniable favorite on the kosher menu. Is this good? Let’s have a look . . .
Life can be seen as operating in two modes: immersion in the spiritual, and entry into the world and involvement with it
The Jewish people today are facing many conflicts. One of these concerns shechitah, the ritual slaughter of fowls, lambs and beef so that Jews are permitted to eat the meat. A number of groups are applying pressure in an attempt to ban shechitah, or to im...
Departure from Sinai, The People Ask For Meat, The Seventy Elders, Miriam's Sin
Signs of kosher animals teach us about serving G‑d.
Signs of kosher animals teach us about serving G‑d.
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