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Noach

We all know the joke, but we still enjoy hearing it: the one where two factions in a disagreement present their case to the rabbi and both are told, “You’re right.” And when a listener points out the impossibility of both sides ...

Posted on 30 October 2019, By Rabbi Peretz Rodman
Bereishit

If you’ve ever unpacked a new computer, you’ll know that it takes some time to get it up and running. In this week’s sedra, God presses the Start button for The World, but by the time we get to next wee...

Posted on 25 October 2019, By Allan Myers
Vayeilech

Moses is running out of time. Even before he is told (in verse 14 of our one-chapter parashah) that his life is nearing its end, he feels it in his bones. “I can no longer sally forth and come in,” he says. No wonder he can no longer ...

Posted on 4 October 2019, By Rabbi Peretz Rodman