by Rabbi Noson Weisz
She was a Moabite princess who converted to Judaism in the 10th century BCE, but what does her story have to do with the events at Mount Sinai more than 300 years earlier?
by Rabbi Ahron Lopiansky
A thousand years after Sinai, the Jews reaffirmed their commitment to Torah. Why two acceptances?
by Marshall Roth
Should acceptance of the Torah be based more on evidence, or more on faith? The answer: It depends.
by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
No day in history comes even close in the magnitude of its significance. It was a day when all the assumptions concerning life and its purpose were altered irrevocably.
by Nesanel Yoel Safran
A story and discussion questions for parents and kids about Shavuot and the importance of unity.
613 is one of the most famous Jewish numbers, representing all the commandments of the Torah. How many can you name?
by Rabbi Yaakov Salomon
An incredible tapestry of 7's is woven into Creation. How many can you name?
by Rabbi Doniel Baron
The inner meaning of 50 and why Shavuot has no date.
by Rabbi Alexander Seinfeld
Talmudic wisdom is no "puff of start dust."
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Seven fascinating reasons for this popular custom.
by Rabbi David Aaron
God does not expect us to be perfect. In fact, that's why the Torah wasn't given to angels.
Shavuot celebrates the receiving of the Torah at Mount Sinai.
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
What supports the claim that God spoke to the entire Jewish people at the foot of Mount Sinai?