Rabbi Ginsburgh describes the attribute of Foundation in the phrase, 'a helpmate opposite him' as it applies to the marriage relationship.
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Q: Does Judaism consider men and women equal? A: In this world, the woman is in the role of the receiver. Though appearing to be
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One of the most painful banes of our generation is promiscuity. The world around us is a permissive world. It seems that all the barriers
The Shulchan Aruch, the most famous Code of Jewish Law written by Rabbi Yosef Caro in the 16th century is divided into four parts, with
In the imagery of the inner dimension of the Torah, the marriage covenant between a man and a woman is the unification of the sefirot
Rabbi Ginsburgh expounds upon the expression that a wife is a "helpmate opposite" her husband as it is expressed in the attribute of Beauty, the
Rabbi Ginsburgh describes the meaning of the verse about the creation of woman in the context of how Judaism views gender equality.