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Tu Bishvat: Emerging from Dormancy

When man was first created, God crafted the perfect environment for humans to thrive: a garden—an orchard, really. He was surrounded by fruit-bearing trees. Trees are important in the Torah’s agricultural system and subject to special laws of holiness. Tu Bishvat very practically serves to mark the […]

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What Would You Do To Fight Against America’s War on Israel?

I don’t usually get political on this blogspot, but sometimes things just build up. The trigger was my reading two articles. The first was written by Caroline Glick and called The Obama Administration’s Most Covert War, which I found on Facebook. The second was written by Naomi […]

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Losing a Great Theologian

One of the greatest Jewish theologians of our era passed away on December 17, 2015. Michael Wyschogrod was born in Berlin in 1928, and immigrated to the United States when he was around ten years old, escaping the Holocaust “by the skin of his teeth,” as he […]

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