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Shlomo Chaim Kesselman

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A native of Johannesburg, South Africa, Rabbi Shlomo Chaim Kesselman lives with his wife in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he teaches Jewish law to candidates for rabbinical ordination at Central Lubavitch Yeshiva, Chovevei Torah.
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A golden box containing the tablets with the Ten Commandments, the ark stood in the Holy of Holies, the Temple’s innermost sanctum.
Born into a prestigious Jerusalem family, Elisha was described by the Talmud as an extraordinary scholar who delved deep into the secrets of the Torah.
Jacob and Esau, the twin sons of Isaac and Rebecca, were engaged in a power struggle throughout their lives.
Moses striking the rock is among the most famous and enigmatic stories in the Torah.
Psalm 23, written by King David, is a timeless testament to the rock-solid faith of the Jewish people in knowing that G‑d is always with us, protecting and guiding our path.
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You can just see it written on their faces as they purposefully wheel suitcases down the terminal . . .
The fascinating story of Balak and Balaam’s failed attempts to curse the Jewish people, in which a talking donkey and a sword-wielding angel also take starring roles.
Throughout the Torah various people have their names changed. Abram becomes Abraham, Sarai changes to Sarah and Hoshea to Joshua. Jacob even gets an entirely new name: Israel. What is the significance of these changes?
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