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The Torah outlines the foundational narrative of Judaism. It consists of the first five of the 24 books that make up the Tanach. The five books are: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. It narrates the origins of Judaism- from God's creation of the world, to the descent of the people of Israel into Egypt and their salvation with the granting of the Torah on Mt. Sinai. The Torah ends with the death of Moses, prior to the people's crossing to the promised land. The books highlight civil laws, religious obligations, and teachings such as the 10 commandments.
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A journey through what sin and failure have meant in different eras of Jewish history and how they can elevate us.
Richels was a prolific silversmith with a wide body of work including Christian religious items.
By JTA/PENNY SCHWARTZ
Everyone is welcome to climb up and whoever makes the effort will attain results.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
The synagogue is one of the oldest in Bnei Brak, according to Ynet, and was founded by the fifth mayor, Rabbi Shimon Siroka.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A song for Sivan: When They Received the Torah
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Listening is more complex. It is internal – requiring full concentration to deeply absorb and integrate the words being said.
By AVI WEISS
Since those formative moments years ago, I have learned to read Torah and have taught many women to do so as well.
By RACHEL COHEN-YESHURUN
Building wealth is a similar ongoing process. It doesn’t happen with one action, rather it takes daily discipline and fortitude to stay the course over the long term.
By AARON KATSMAN
Now more than ever, children and adults at every level of study have access to a world of Jewish knowledge. Commentaries and translations abound and the entirety of Jewish canon is at our fingertips.
By MENI EVEN-ISRAEL
The holiday of the giving of the Torah serves to remind us that the Torah will only remain relevant if we continue to “receive” it, and only if our actions demonstrate that we are worthy of receiving it.
By ITAI CAPSOUTO
The desert as experienced by the pre-biblical people who lived there, left its mark, its echo, on the Bible.
By MICHAEL M. COHEN
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