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Aharon Loschak

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Rabbi Aharon Loschak is a writer, editor and rabbi, who lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with his family. Editor of JLI's popular Torah Studies program, he is passionate about teaching transformational Jewish ideas.
The 10 Commandments had no echo. What was the point of this miracle?
Randolph community rallies behind Rabbi Avraham Bekhor
Following a hit-and-run accident that seriously injured their rabbi, the Jewish community of Randolph, N.J., has been rallying together to get as many mitzvah pledges as they can. The effort started in May and is still going strong. Rabbi Avraham Bekhor, ...
Brush up your inner judge, and never be duped again.
Why is it important to list the journeys? The Torah isn’t a history book, nor is it a travelogue, so what’s the purpose of this list?
You see, religious life is thankfully full of high-voltage, electric moments. Such moments are indeed important, and it’s safe to say that no person, no matter how pious or devout, could survive without them. The problem is that such moments are not const...
Among a handful of liberal arts schools with certified kosher dining halls
Diversity has long been a part of Oberlin College in Ohio’s DNA. Black students were admitted in 1835, two years after the institution’s founding. Women were accepted from day one, and allowed to enroll in the bachelor’s program beginning in 1837. Despite...
There’s a secret reason the Jewish people have always wanted Moshiach, and that reason is very relevant to your life, right here, and right now.
It’s all very poetic, but what exactly happened that inspired them to burst into this serenade?
Day also marks conclusion of 40th cycle of study of Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah
Across the globe, people from all walks of life are coming together this week and next to mark the 27th anniversary of the passing of the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory—on the third day of the Jewish month of Tammuz (this year on ...
Sichos in English publishes new translation and notes on ‘Hechaltzu’
One of the trademark features of any Chassid is an abundant love of one’s fellow. This endless feeling of concern for the material and spiritual well-being of others has inspired so many Chabad rabbis and their wives to move to far-flung corners of the ea...
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