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The three puppeteers are masters of their craft and keep the audience chuckling and giggling while Moses confronts God, flirts, natters on.
There are very important truths which can be drawn from the two times when Moses spared his people from the destructive wrath of the Lord.
The current season between Passover and Shavuot, or Pentecost, is a time to reflect on the mighty deliverance of the Israelites from Egypt and their journey to Sinai to receive the law.
Until a truly rational understanding of culture in the most expansive and pluralistic sense is adopted by intellectuals, we will sadly continue to see the militant presentation of racially-biased Eurocentric values.
By DAVID SHASHA
Those who were on a long journey or declared ritually impure could partake of the Passover holiday one month later, according to the Bible. Today, Second Passovers is still commemorated.
By BEN BRESKY
The High Priest would carry the entire nation on his heart and shoulders, an ability made possible by the leaders of the tribes.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
Being a Jew is undoubtedly an obligation... but we mustn’t see Judaism as a heavy burden.
Tsegay Berhe takes the connection between the two peoples all the way back to Moses.
By HERB KEINON
$500 million Bible museum opened on National Mall park in Washington D.C.
The Sages themselves constantly used the title Moshe Rabbenu – Moses our teacher – yet Hillel the Elder did not choose him as the model to be emulated, but rather Aaron. Why?
By REUVEN HAMMER
The mutiny in the desert illustrates a higher form of challenging authority in search of truth.
By ARDIE GELDMAN,ARDIE GELDMAN
Moses understood that spirituality is not meant to be a selfish affair, and that one cannot leave the community behind – but that is easier said than done.
By FRANCIS NATAF
The Torah itself can also be a consuming fire
By YEHIEL GRENIMANN
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