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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.
A new age has dawned, new challenges. Seize it with both hands
By MORDECHAI BECK
On Shavuot, we are all called to Mount Sinai to affirm our covenantal bond with God and our people.
By MICHAEL BALINSKY
Moses understood that the way to correct mistakes lay in tireless and forward-thinking educational efforts.
By FRANCIS NATAF
Our sages acknowledge and validate the alienation and disaffection we sometimes feel
By SHAI CHERRY
No other Biblical character so often subordinated his own will to serve both Israel and its God as Moses did.
By ELLEN FRANKEL
Today's challenge of providing water-the most vital resource-for a growing population requires bold, progressive political leadership
By MIRELE B. GOLDSMITH
When the Jewish people have great leadership, times of great uncertainty have become times of opportunity and transformation.
By RACHEL SABATH BEIT-HALACHMI
‘We should go up at once and possess [the land] for we are well able to overcome it’ (Numbers 13:30)
By SHLOMO RISKIN
Observant Jews tend to have in mind a specific view of what law is and how it operates
By JOSHUA BERMAN/MOSAIC
‘The entire House of Israel wept over Aaron’(Numbers 20:29)
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