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The focus of this week’s essay is “Cardozo on the Parashah: Genesis,” the latest work by the distinguished scholar, Rabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo. The founder and dean of … more
This week’s essay, by Dr. Mitchell First, focuses on the legacy of Rabbi Joseph Hertz and the roll played by his historic commentary, the “Hertz Chumash.” This essay is from his … more
Israel Bookshop Publications recently released “Teeth and Dentistry in Halachah” (which tackles such Halachic questions as, Does one recite Shehecheyanu when he receives dentures?), authored by … more
This week’s essay is the introduction to the revised commentary on the Book of Genesis by Rabbi Ari Kahn titled “Explorations Expanded,” published by Kodesh Press. Rabbi Kahn … more
In his 2011 book, “Intergalactic Judaism” (Urim Publications), Rabbi David Lister of the United Kingdom presents a Jewish view of space travel. Much of the theological discussion … more
In school they always told you “Don’t try to take the easy way out.” You have to work hard and not expect any free rides. In business it’s the same way, and the people who … more
With Yom Kippur just around the corner it is my honor to inform you of a new book authored by the prominent author, teacher and Israeli inspirational speaker Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi, titled, … more
With Rosh Hashana just a few days away the concepts dealing with Jewish spirituality become ever more the major focus of our faith and of its observance. A new book by Rabbi Yakov Nagen was recently … more
In the three short years that Rabbi Daniel Glatstein has served the Five Towns, he has amassed a record of productive service to its spiritual needs. He is a rising star in the rabbinate and in … more
With the recent publication of volume five of his commentary on the Torah, Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks, the former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom, has completed a landmark work “I … more
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