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The Book of Job

The Book of Iyov (Job) is a story about a universal human struggle: the problem of undeserved suffering. Iyov is a non-Hebrew man from the Land of Uz, who is described as a good man with a good life. However, due to a cosmic game of chess...

Posted on 15 February 2019, By Natasha Mann
Mishpatim

There are few cases in the Torah in which emotions or thoughts are directly demanded. While we are called to increase love and avoid hatred and jealousy, these mitzvot are far outnumbered by commandments on interpersonal and ritual action...

Posted on 31 January 2019, By Natasha Mann
Ha’Azinu

The leadership of Moses is bookended by his songs: the Song of the Sea, and the Song of Moses. Moses first led his people in song after leading them through the split sea. The Song of the Sea, therefore, is appropriately triumphant and ce...

Posted on 20 September 2018, By Natasha Mann