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Israelite leader was willing to have his name erased from Bible to save his people.
This story raises a basic question: Why was it forbidden for Adam and Eve to eat from the Tree of Knowledge?
Contemporary Jewish decisors have affirmed the modern international prohibition of taking spoils from private enemy property.
Things that were true 3,700 years ago are still true today. The way to deal with enemies is by building, holding on to the land and developing it.
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
People like this are good, ideological people, but they fail where Lot failed: with an upside-down value system.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
Death, the threatening end, is scary. “This is my decree and it is the same for every person.” Nobody lives forever.
How exciting to discover that after more than 3,000 years, after Am Yisrael went through such a long exile, returned to its land and settled in it, we can touch that same altar that was built then?
One of the commandments Moses mentions in this week's Torah portion is the prohibition against “meat in milk.”
What is the purpose of the Temple? And following that, what are we supposed to be mourning on Tisha Be’av?
How do we know who is walking whom?
By anticipating redemption, we develop a tremendous drive to advance the process. This drive is what pushes humanity forward.
In order to be liberated from its emotional slavery, the nation needs to undergo a long process. Indeed, it was only after 40 years that the nation was ready to enter the Promised Land.
In the story of Jethro, we learn that the Jewish nation’s judicial system was set up under the advisement of an external source, a non-Jew, someone not part of the nation.
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