Roadmap to True and Lasting Peace

Nov 12, 2020Comments off

More and more countries are establishing diplomatic ties with Israel. Israel has recently established economic ties and mutual projects with countries that, until now, have

Q&A: Ruach Hakodesh for Non-Jews?

Oct 29, 2020Comments off

Q: Can a non-Jew be privy to Ruach Hakodesh (God’s holy spirit) upon him? A: The most important rule is to serve God with joy.

Teaching Torah to the World: An Opportunity...

Oct 25, 2020Comments off

Rabbi Abahu said in the name of Rabbi Elazar: Why was Abraham punished with having his offspring enslaved in Egypt for 210 years? Because he

Q&A: House of Prayer for Noahides and ...

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Q: Where can Noahides hold prayer sessions? A: A non-Jew should pray only in a place where Hashem the God of Israel is worshipped: A synagogue,

Q&A: What parts of the Torah should No...

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Q: What parts of the Torah should Noahides study? A: The parts of the Torah appropriate for Noahides include the revealed parts of the Torah,

Abraham and Chanukah: Chaotic Lights and Co...

Dec 19, 2019Comments off

Abraham began to illuminate the world, and that light returns and illuminates the dark winter days every year on the holiday of Chanukah[1]. Abraham’s affinity

The Three Types of Converts

Sep 19, 2019Comments off

Does Judaism encourage conversion? On the one hand, the sages say, “Converts are difficult to the Jewish People like sapachat (a skin ailment)[1].” On the

The Jewish Press Profile on Rabbi Yitzchak...

Jun 20, 2019Comments off

By Tzvi Fishman This article was published in the June 7th edition of The Jewish Press The Festival of Shavuot centers about the giving

Torah and Faith for All People: Barcelona P...

May 24, 2019Comments off

Barcelona Part 3: The Fourth Revolution In the first part of a three-part class delivered in Barcelona on 3 Kislev, 5779 in front of an

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The Fourth Revolution in Torah Learning

Feb 01, 2018Comments off

Who is the Torah intended for? For Torah scholars? For men? For women? For Jews? Perhaps even for non-Jews? As conservative and stringent as the