5 Surprising Facts About Judaism
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Join Ruth and her guest Shoshana Imhof Maust who share her spiritual journey. She shares her story, and how she returned to authentic Judaism.
Judaism is commonly understood to be a very action oriented religion. We’ve even come to describe commitment to Judaism based upon levels of “observance”.
Jews and non-Jews ask to explain the Jewish view of heaven and hell. This post tries to help guide you on your exploration & understanding of this concept.
What is Neshama? How can you connect with the Supreme? What is this in Judaism?
What would happen if every Jew around the world kept ONE SHABBAT – THE SAME SHABBAT? What would the power of such unity and collective spirituality do not just for the Jewish People, but for the entire world? Join Ruth as she speaks with Rabbi Nitzan Bergman, Executive Director of the Etz Chaim Center in [Read More]
If you were asked “What entity in the world brings the most joy” – how would you respond? If we were to take a poll of the answers, there might be as many different responses as there are participants. I can imagine someone answering that his pet pooch “Bowser” brings the most happiness. One clever [Read More]
Understanding the wisdom of Judaism’s most important prayer – Hear O Israel (Shema Yisrael)
This revealing presentation examines some of the negative stereotypes that people have about religion and how Judaism suffers by association. Is religion killing Judaism? Let’s find out from this video.
This week in the Jewish Journal, our own Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz shares a touching story about an experience he had with share his values for Shabbat and Judaism. Instead of choosing debate and critical disagreement, which so prevalently surrounds the Jewish faith from other who may not live it, Rabbi Kravitz chose friendship and warmth [Read More]