Discuss and Connect
In this question and answer post, in the Ask the Rabbi section, find out what are the Jewish holy books.
In this post, Rabbi Zalman Kravitz will share with us the Jewish view on Charity, with special focus on Maimonides' Eight Levels of Charity.
Those who have read the Bible may agree that there is violence written about in it. What is the reason for depicting so much war and violence in Bi...
Who is the Moshiach ben Yosef? What did he teach? Let us find out in this detailed and interesting post.
In this article Moshe Shulman covers the views of the commentators from the time of Rashi on Isaiah 53. There have been literally dozens of comment...
Faith & Family
This is part 9 of the 11 part series on the writer's journey back to Judaism. For the other parts, read this.
Bible & Text
Christian missionaries point to the passage Isaiah 52:13 thru 53:12 as the “ultimate proof” for their belief in Jesus.
In this post about spiritual insights, we will unravel an ancient Jewish wisdom. What is this ancient Jewish wisdom? Read on to find out.
Is it important to be Jewish to be OK with G-d? Find out in this post.
Lack of fidelity in these matters is perhaps the leading cause of crumbling relationships. Find out more about trust in this article.
From a Jewish perspective the world itself depends on kindness: Our tradition teaches that it is one of three pillars upon which the world rests.
At Two Roads – One Path, we understand the uniqueness of the interfaith relationship and family.
Many of the 1 billion-strong members of Western religious faith can be placed in one of two categories, those who believe we are living, in what we...
By: Rabbi Daniel Mechanic1 (In consultation with Doron Witztum2 and Harold Gans3)
DANIEL MECHANIC is a senior international Codes lecturer and r...
Did Isaiah really predict that the Jews will remain faithful to God throughout this long exile?
Isaiah 53 (52:13 – 53:12) describes the servant of the Lord who shocks the world with his unexpected exaltation.
Can we keep Jews Jewish? Find out in this interesting post.
This is part 10 of the 11 part series on the writer's journey back to Judaism. For the other parts, read this.
This is the last part of the 11 part series on the writer’s journey back to Judaism. For the other parts, read this.
Within Jewish tradition, the resurrection of the dead is one of its core principles of faith.
Christians insist that blood sacrifice is a necessary prerequisite for the atonement of sin. These Christians believe that this is an open teaching...
Let us review the six expectations of verse 24 and see if they have any fulfillment in the life and death of Jesus. Seventy weeks of Daniel
We usually think of the cosmic struggle in terms of good versus evil. But according to the Kabbalists, good and evil are but spinoffs of unity and ...
Holidays & Life
This year we celebrate the festival of Purim on March 1st. The story is recounted in the biblical book of Esther and has lessons which are relevant...
In his eulogy, son and successor, Franklin Graham restated his father’s message that “Jesus is the only way” to God.
This is part 2 of a 3 part series by Angela Dekort about why she converted to Judaism. You can read Part 1 and Part 3 as well.
This is the last part of the 3 part series by Angela Dekort about why she converted to Judaism. You can read Part 1 and Part 2 as well.
Which Jewish Translation Of The Bible You Should Read - There are three translations of the Jewish Bible that I recommend to people.
The answer to the skeptic is that most ancient pagan myths saw the existence of death and conflict of preexistent creatures as the basis of the cre...
By: Rabbi Daniel Mechanic1 (In consultation with Doron Witztum2 and Harold Gans3) DANIEL MECHANIC is a senior international Codes lecturer and rese...