Kabbala is a type of mystical Jewish philosophy used to garner a deeper understanding of Torah and the world. The word is Hebrew for "that which is received." It is sometimes thought of as the "soul" of the Torah or the "inner Torah." One of the pillars of Kabbala is a book called 'The Zohar.' It was written around 135 CE by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai.
The account of the conversation between the Woman and the Serpent is one of the most enigmatic in the Torah; it’s a subject of many debates and commentaries.
There’s simply no definitive proof in the archeological and textual evidence of the use of psychoactive drug use in ancient Jewish religious activity.
His slot in the forthcoming Oud Days Festival draws on the writings of 18th century Italian rabbi, kabbalist, philosopher, and poet Moshe Haim Luzzatto.
It is a comprehensive history and development of these trees, which includes multiple examples that the author has collected to illustrate his subject.
An in-depth interview with Eduard Shyfrin - founder of the theory of the Kabbalah of Information.
In this article I will try to provide an answer to the “simple” question of why G-d made woman.
When so many attack ideological opponents, the text frames more nuanced critiques
This article analyzes he contradictions between the two accounts of the Creation of Man in the Torah and attempt to answer them.
Understanding the reason for Shabbat and its importance.
The star reportedly pushed through symptoms to keep rehearsing for her upcoming performances.