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Are We Ready?

It was a chilly winter day when I picked up the phone. There was an awkward pause on the other end. With apprehension, the caller said, “Hello, my name is Michael. I am a yeshiva student in Jerusalem. I found you on the internet. I’d like to […]

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Nittel Nacht

Several years ago, I was perusing an antique store in the historic river town of Stillwater, Minnesota. A small green book caught my eye, due to its conspicuously Jewish title: Apples and Honey. It was a collection of short stories, poems, passages of Scripture, biographies, and other […]

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Four Myths about the Birth of Jesus

Christmas is a Christian holiday, not a Messianic Jewish one. And yet, the birth of the Messiah was an event of huge spiritual significance, and the story about how it happened is worthy of deep study and celebration. Although I don’t personally connect with the holiday trappings […]

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Candle-Lighting Times