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Assuming the Worst

Assuming the Worst

Parashat Chayyei Sarah Last week’s Torah portion ended with the Akeida, the binding of Isaac. Then immediately following we read about the death of Sarah. Our Sages teach that there is a direct connection between these two events. The Akeida is often read as concluding successfully. However, what is […]

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A Strange Set of Priorities

A Strange Set of Priorities

Parashat Vayyera Why does Abraham argue with God over the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, but not over abandoning Hagar and Ishmael, or over killing his own son, Isaac? In Parashat Vayyera, Abraham betrays a strange set of personal priorities. Still recovering from his recent circumcision, Abraham […]

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Course Announcement: Genocide, Jews and Justice

Course Announcement: Genocide, Jews and Justice

Monique Brumbach will be teaching a special six-week Foundation Course for the Messianic Jewish Theological Institute, titled: Genocide, Jews and Justice.  The course will examine select human rights abuses in modern times, and explore our mandate to serve as a “Light to the Nations,” even in a […]

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