by Dr. Andrew Goldfinger
Welcome to the game of cosmic hide and seek. We are "it" and the One we are seeking is God Himself.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Every component of the Exodus was meant to reveal another facet of how God is involved in the world.
by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan
God's motivation for creating the world sheds light on our own life goals.
What ultimate good does God offer His creations? Our ability to connect to Him.
The gift of a Divine soul separates man from the rest of God's creatures.
One of the highest human pleasures is that of accomplishment -- completing a job well done.
The existence of good and evil allows man to make the right choice, and merit greater closeness to God.
Doing good unto others is a key component of spiritual health.
God may make it difficult for us to approach Him in order to increase our eventual reward.
The greatest satisfaction is accomplishing in a world where God is hidden.
by Rabbi Noson Weisz
All leaders draw their power from faith. The only question is where that faith is directed. In times of national crisis, that decision is critically important.
by Rabbi Pinchas Winston
We are witnessing events that shake us and cause a seismic shift in perception. Attaining clarity of what it all means is our goal on Yom Kippur.
We often question God's ways. But given the chance, how would we do things differently?
by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
By understanding God's manifestations in both male and female imagery, we can begin to unify our connection to the transcendence reality.
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
Jewish philosophical approaches to one of life's fundamental questions.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Underhanded tactics lure unsuspecting Jews into joining a Christian movement.
by Eytan Kobre
With Palestinian propaganda aimed at severing the Jewish Biblical connection to the Holy Land, the revelation at Mount Sinai has suddenly been thrust into the spotlight.
by Sara Yoheved Rigler and Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
When reading reports of hair-raising cruelty, trusting God means knowing that the answers to why Israel is under attack are there, even if they are not obvious at the moment.
In the very impermanence of the sukkah lies true security - we realize we are not alone!
What is the purpose of existence? Let's first answer: What is the purpose of the Nike shoe factory?
I always thought creationists were Bible-belt fundamentalists. Denying evolution would put me on their side, and jeopardize my self-image as an East coast Jewish intellectual...
Does the intricate design of the universe serve as evidence for the existence of God?
It's natural to protect ourselves from information we perceive as threatening. But it can be a big monkey wrench in seeing the elephant and recognizing God.
Meaning is one of man's greatest needs. Can life have meaning if existence is the result of a random occurrence?
We are finally recognizing that reality includes a spiritual dimension. But somehow God has gotten lost in the shuffle.
If there is an absolute standard of morality, then there must be a God. Disagree? Consider the alternative.
Kurt Vonnegut and encounters with the Infinite source of existence.
How can we perceive the Infinite while stuck in a finite world?
Delve into some mind-boggling concepts in this exploration of the Jewish definition of God.
Searching for religious truth is more than a matter of faith. It requires a blend of genuine tolerance with cogent reasoning and intellectual honesty.
Being a Jew demands developing the intellectual and moral courage to live by what is true, even if the whole world stands opposed.
It's today's mantra. But there are times when even super-human effort isn't hard. How do we get over that hurdle?
A frank discussion with a mother of 11 on the pros and cons of large families.
by Rabbi Levi Meier
We learn from Abraham that it is possible to have an argument with God and win, and that, indeed, God invites us to dialogue with Him.
The stories of the Bible contain ancient, timeless secrets for living an empowered life. From the very first words, we are inspired to connect with the light.
by Rabbi Ramon Widmonte
Facebook and the essence of Passover.
by Jeff Jacoby
Intelligence is no guarantee of goodness.
by Rabbi Yaakov Salomon
Sometimes our vision gets better when we close our eyes.
by Rabbi Doniel Baron
What was the underlying conflict between Jewish and Greek philosophy?
Can the world be redeemed?
by Rabbi Mordechai Becher
Five reasons to explore Judaism before examining other religions.
by Rabbi Eliezer Melamed
The State of Israel is faced with a difficult dilemma: To release terrorist prisoners in exchange for captive soldiers, or not. What does Jewish Law have to say?
Sara Yoheved Rigler with Rabbi Moshe Zeldman
by Sara Yoheved Rigler with Rabbi Moshe Zeldman
A Jewish rebuttal to Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion
Understanding the Hebrew word "teva" sheds light on the story of Purim.
by Mois Navon
A lesson on Divine Providence in memory of the fallen Torah students of Mercaz HaRav, hy"d.
Is less really more? Why does Judaism have so many restrictions?
What supports the claim that God spoke to the entire Jewish people at the foot of Mount Sinai?
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
The surprising findings of a new Israeli study echoes Jewish mysticism.
by Rabbi Moshe Averick
Turns out Richard Dawkins' watchmaker has 20/20 vision after all.
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