Will we be using laser cutters and cranes, or will be using the Iron Age techniques of the first two Temples?
By Mendel Adelman
The answer to your quandary is right there in front of you—on your finger. Just look at your wedding ring.
By Aron Moss
Every single day I'm confronted with people who are angry, critical, demanding, needy, selfish, immature, inconsiderate and unappreciative
By Rosally Saltsman
Do you believe someone can be in a relationship with a person who has differing religious beliefs or even no beliefs at all?
By Tzvi Freeman
If G‑d does not want slavery, if He regards it as an affront to the human condition, why did He not abolish it immediately? Why did He allow it to continue, albeit in a restricted and regulated way?
By Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
When the Creator came to create the human being, Truth said, "Do not create him, for he is full of lies. Kindness said, "Create him, for he will do acts of kindness." What did the Creator do? He cast Truth earthward, and created the human being. That is why it says, "Truth will sprout from the earth."—Midrash Rabba Every argument in Torah can be reduced to the same crucial question: Do we follow rigid, immutable truth, regardless? Or do we...
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