Jewish life is being transformed by social media and other online spaces. What sort of questions should we be asking about this transformation, though?
If I could give two sermons on Israel, I’d talk about these topics.
Wishing everyone a sweet and good New Year!
This is a recording of Introduction to Judaism taught by Rabbi Jason Holtz on 18 September 2017. The theme of the class was God, Torah and Israel.
Living Jewishly means being part of a community. It’s a big idea in this week’s Torah portion. If you like the video, please share it with your friends!
This week’s video talks about the importance of gratitude, an important lesson from the Torah portion Ki Tavo. If you like it, please share it with your friends.
Compassion is an important virtue. Learn how far the Torah thinks compassion should go in this week’s video. If you like it, please share it with your friends!
The Torah required the Israelites to appoint judges and maintain a court system. This law goes to the heart of the message of the Torah: we all must contribute to a society that sees itself as responsible for promoting...
Why are we the way we are? Is it because of nature or nurture? This week’s Torah portion has a third option. Watch to find out more. If you like the video, please share it with your friends.
At the end of the Torah, Moses is a very different person than he was before he confronted Pharaoh, led the Israelites out of slavery, and took them through the wilderness. What happened? If you like the video, please...