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Yosef’s Oath

Editor’s note: This series is reprinted with permission from “Insights & Attitudes: Torah Essays on Fundamental Halachic and Hashkafic Issues,” a publication of TorahWeb.org. The

Yosef’s Oath

Editor’s note: This series is reprinted with permission from “Insights & Attitudes: Torah Essays on Fundamental Halachic and Hashkafic Issues,” a publication of TorahWeb.org. The

Nazir 5-6: Rav Matna I

A mishna on Nazir 5a declares that an unspecified nezirut (abstinence from wine) is for 30 days. In the Gemara, Rav Matnah and Bar Pada

The Song of Miriam

Parshat Beshalach We have—in the past—reviewed the many similarities that connect our haftarah—the story of Israel’s victory and Devorah’s song of praise—with the parsha and

Searching for Passion

Just as our desert journey began, an old enemy reappeared, hoping to thwart our entry into the land of Israel. Esav’s family was still bristling

Who Is Pathetic? Not the Orthodox Jew!

Anti-Orthodox Insults Sadly, Orthodox Jews are occasionally verbally assaulted (too often by non-observant Jews) with denunciations of being pathetic! I have experienced several such encounters.

The Face of Evil

After 9/11, when the horror and trauma had subsided, Americans found themselves asking what had happened and why. Was it a disaster? A tragedy? A

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