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Dovid Rosenfeld

Dovid Rosenfeld, a native of the Washington, D.C. area, works both as a programmer for aish.com and as a responder for its Ask the Rabbi service. He also serves as a volunteer writer for Torah.org. He lives with his wife and family in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel. Rabbi Rosenfeld's son Zvi recently published his first book, The Ring of Fate, a riveting, fast-paced fantasy novel which is also completely kosher in both language and subject matter. It is available as both book and ebook. It is sold by Booklocker.com, as well as by Amazon.com and all the major on-line sellers.


How to Forgive Ourselves

I'm having difficulty coming to terms with a lot of my past life choices and mistakes. I'm so far behind where I feel I should be in life and blame myself for my poor choices which so set me back. What should I do about this?

Aliyah Difficulties

We recently moved to Israel, fulfilling a life dream, but so many things have gone wrong since we arrived. I’m hoping the worst of our issues have been settled by now, but I’m bothered on a more fundamental level. Doesn’t God want us back? Why does He seem to purposely make things difficult when we are only trying to fulfill His will?

Psalms about Future Events

If King David authored Psalms, how is it that several of the Psalms talk about events which occurred long after David’s time, such as Psalm 137: “By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat and also cried as we remembered Zion”.

Man’s Past Powerful Drive for Idolatry

It’s clear from the Bible and our knowledge of ancient history that idolatry was rampant among primitive man all throughout the world. What did our ancestors see in it? Was it all just nonsense?

Will There be Sacrifices in the Third Temple?

Will there be sacrifices in the Third Temple? I heard they were only necessary in earlier times when people were more primitive and felt a need to offer sacrifices to God.

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