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Rivka Korf

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Art by Rivka Korf. Rivka uses her creativity and expertise to create masterful compositions and illustrations. She shares her love of coffee with her husband, and passes on her appreciation of art and design to her children.
The Torah tells us, “For seven days, you shall eat unleavened bread . . .” Do we take that at face value?
This name is fairly common among Jews of North African descent. What does it mean?
The Torah tells the people of Israel to destroy idols. How about museum pieces that have historical significance?
Isn't it a bit parochial and exclusionary to calim that we are the "chosen" people?
Isn’t it a little unfair that all my life I was more Jewish than my friends, was even subjected to anti-Semitism, and after all that I’m told I need to convert?
How about if the victims are not traceable, or if there are too many of them?
When I was a young teenager, I shoplifted small items from a number of stores. I’m trying to make amends now by returning the stolen items or paying for them. However, (a) I’m way too embarrassed to tell the store owners that I stole from them, and (b) I ...
Throughout history, Jews have been called the “People of the Book” (or “Am HaSefer”) by both Jews and non-Jews.
Is Ishmael (Yishmael) a Jewish Name?
Don't we have a custom not to name a child after a wicked person?
Many of the letters are topped by small spikes, called tagin or ketarim. Here is why.
The earliest known source for specifically going around seven times is Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, the Arizal (1534-1572). But he provides no source.
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