by Rabbi Yitzchak Scher
An in-depth, philosophical look into the custom of eating dairy on Shavuot.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
The power of Torah is the influence of the giants of our past to shape the dreams and the aspirations of our future.
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
Three classic explanations.
Does it really matter when a species goes extinct?
by Ollie Anisfeld
If God is perfect and has no needs, why create the world?
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Israel is the home of hope.
Silence is necessary to attain wisdom.
by Rabbi Lawrence Hajioff
Why you should care about the Messiah.
What is the Jewish attitude to music?
by J-TV and Ollie Anisfeld
A quick analysis of Jewish history and how it was predicted by the Hebrew Bible.
by Torah Live
An insightful video for children about belief in God.
A quick overview and 5 basic reasons.
by Jonah S.C. Muskat-Brown
Tu B’Shvat, Purim and Passover correspond to three phases of life.
Why do Jews believe in the Messiah?
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks on the greatness of being Jewish.
Three classical Jewish approaches.
What defines the Jewish People?
Fulfilling the soul’s unique mission may take more than one lifetime.
Why do we light candles for 8 days when the miracle only lasted for 7 days?
Does a leader have to be perfect?
by Sinai Speak and Rabbi David Aaron
What is the Jewish definition of heaven and hell and why isn't the afterlife mentioned the Torah?
Holiness comes through giving, not taking.
Why is it different and what is its significance?
Everything has its own part to play the Divine orchestra.
For one day we single-mindedly focus on the soul.
Proclaiming true freedom.
by Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb
Religions tell stories about the world. We want to know if there is truth in those stories. How can we find this out?
by Rabbi David Aaron
God judges us only because He loves us and cares about what we do.
by Ezequiel Steltzer
It wasn’t because He was bored or lonely.
How clothes make the man.
Jewish approaches to the age old question.
5 common misconceptions about Jews and Judaism.
Do we have free will or are we biological robots?
If Judaism is a religion, why does it need a country?
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Living in a world where appearances mask reality.
With so many rules, doesn’t Judaism force everyone to be the same?
Why did God introduce Himself as “God of Exodus” and not “God of creation”? Five short answers.
by Tzvi Nightingale
How small moments make a huge difference.
by Prof. Joshua Berman and J-TV
One more reason why the Torah is so revolutionary.
by Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider
An open letter to Sheryl Sandberg.
by Eitiel Goldwicht
This is your chance. Don’t miss it!
Passover celebrates the concept of a personal God who cares about us and is the ultimate director of history.
by Rabbi Jack Abramowitz
While God may do the impossible – even the paradoxical – He does not do the inconceivable, the irrational, or the just plain wrong.
by Rabbi Yaakov Cohen
If there was enough oil to burn for one day, why do we celebrate Hanukkah for eight days?
by Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt
When my late wife was first diagnosed with cancer I found it difficult to believe that everything God does is for the best.
by J-TV and Rabbi Joseph Dweck
How can finite beings talk about an infinite Creator?
by Emuna Braverman
The details show we really care.
An in-depth exploration of Sukkot and its focus on Jewish particularity and universality.
by Rabbi Jonathan Taub and Sinai Speak
Exploring the inner depth of the Talmudic tale about a King and his cup of wine.
by Rabbi Asher Resnick
Exploring the philosophical underpinnings of this misunderstood holiday.
Click here to find out if you have what it takes!