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Lech Lecha: How Abraham Learned to Speak
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Oct 19, 2018 10:37 AM 6+ mon ago

Lech Lecha: How Abraham Learned to Speak

In the summer of 1725, a group of hunters near Hamelin, Lower Saxony, spotted a strange looking creature, unlike any......

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Sedra of the week: Lech Lecha     6+ mon ago

The first two sedras of the Torah seem like a comedy of errors. Adam and Eve eat from the forbidden fruit, Cain murders his brother in cold blood and humanity becomes so depraved that they are wiped o...

Rabbi Clark on Parashat Lech Lecha     6+ mon ago

How easy it is to act first and think about our actions only later, if at all. In two ways, Parashat Lech Lecha cautions us against this rash order of events. First, in Chapter 13, God instructs Abra...

Rabbi Frydman-Kohl on Parashat Lech Lecha     6+ mon ago

The beginning of Isaiah 51 advises,"Look to the rock from which you were cut and to the quarry from which you were hewn," referring to Abraham and Sarah, respectively. Seeking to better understand Jud...

Parashat Lech Lecha: Boxing ring or harmonious symphony?     6+ mon ago

`ABRAHAM WAS born to a family of idol worshippers and from a young age, he searched for the true fai At the end of last week's Torah portion, Noah, we met the central character in the foundational st...

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