More Than Skin-Deep: The Deeper Meaning Of Tzara’as

  By Rabbi Jay Yaacov Schwartz There is the well-known homiletical observation that the three letters for the word nega (a wound or an affliction) — nun, gimmel, ayin — can...

Lashon Ha’ra And The Two Types Of Healing

By Rabbi Tuvia Teldon It is well-known that medicine can treat the symptom or the source of the problem. Treating the symptom will hopefully alleviate the problem, but it may...

Haftorahman Explains Machar Chodesh

By Reuben Ebrahimoff - The Haftorahman This week's Haftorah is read when Rosh Chodesh falls out on Sunday Night. It is called Machar Chodesh, or tomorrow is the new month. The...

Sivan Rahav-Meir: Orthodox With a Hashtag

By: TOBY KLEIN GREENWALD The trendiest place to be every Wednesday night in Jerusalem is not a 1960s Anglo bar or a rock concert, but the packed hall of Hechal...

From Where I Stand

Tzav: The Only One BY RABBI YOSSY GOLDMAN A satisfying aroma to G-d” — Vayikra (6:14) Without going into the whole question of sacrifices, one difficult phrase that appears in this week’s...

Vayikra: Bulls and Lambs

BY RABBI YOSSY GOLDMAN When a man will bring an offering from among you . . . Vayikra 1:2 Not only animal rights groups have difficulty with this week’s parashah. Many, if...

From Where I Stand

Bar Mitzvahs and Parshas Vayakhel By Rabbi Yossy Goldman “See G-d has appointed Betzalel, the son of Uri, the son of Chur of the tribe of Judah.” —Sh’mos 35:30. Chur, Betzalel’s grandfather,...

Vayeira: The Acid Test

From Where I Stand By Rabbi Yossy Goldman Last week, Avraham received his marching orders from G‑d: “Lech-lecha–go from your land, your birthplace, your father’s house, to the land I will...
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Pinchas: What’s the Line You Won’t Cross?

By Rabbi Yossy Goldman This is the parashah of Pinchas the Zealous. The courageous young priest stood up against idolatry and immorality and, in the...

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