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

Sparks of Holiness

Nov 17, 2017Comments off

All souls can be rectified. This is true of all Jewish souls, even the greatest sinners. Moreover, even non-Jewish souls have messianic sparks waiting to

Open Letter to House Speaker John Boehner

Mar 26, 2015Comments off

It has come to my attention that you have plans to visit the Holy Land in the coming days. If this is still the case,

A Call to the Nations of the World, Religio...

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On occasion of the papal visit to Israel next week, Rabbi Ginsburgh re-released the following statement (first issued prior to Pope John Paul II’s visit

Jew and Non-Jews: The Nature of the Soul

Apr 13, 2014No Comments

 The Nature of the Soul  The Seven Noahide Commandments  The Seven Principles of Faith  Love–Continual Re-creation  “All is in the Hands of Heaven Except for

All Races Serving God

Mar 13, 2014No Comments

Harnessing Chaos In his famous dissertation of 28 Nissan, 5751, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, explained that the way to bring Mashiach is

Jews and Non-Jews: Introduction

Feb 27, 2014No Comments

The Crown Jewels Arguably, the 10 Commandments are the most famous religious document in the world. Actually, calling them the 10 Commandments is an incorrect

Jews and Non-Jews: Reaching Out to Non-Jews

Feb 27, 2014No Comments

Our generation is the first since the dispersion of the Jewish People in which the Jew is able (and therefore obligated) to reach out to