Torah

Q&A: Torah Stories Literally as Writte...

Jul 13, 2022Comments off

Q: Excuse me for saying this, but some of the stories in the Torah seem quite far-fetched. Am I supposed to believe them literally? A:

Complete Torah, People and Land of Israel

Jun 17, 2022Comments off

In Kabbalah, we are taught that the super-conscious light and experience of keter (crown) reflects itself fully in the consciousness of binah (the mother in

The Gift from the Desert

Jun 01, 2022Comments off

Everyone knows where the Giving of the Torah took place: At Mount Sinai, of course. But where is Mount Sinai? Nobody is exactly sure. Researchers

Q&A: Aliyah to Torah Meaning

Jan 31, 2022Comments off

Q: I have read that when a person is called up to read the Torah,  he should closely look at the verses, because there will

Torah Healing: Advice from the Noam Elimele...

Mar 20, 2020Comments off

During this time of isolation, Rabbi Ginsburgh has begun to teach a short audio lesson daily. In this first lesson, on the day of passing

Q&A: Torah Reading: Why Only Men?

Jul 18, 2019Comments off

Q: Are men the only ones allowed to read the Torah to both males and females? I was born to read the Torah in front

Live Broadcast

Apr 12, 2019Comments off

Day Without Fire

Mar 08, 2018Comments off

Parshat VaYakhel opens with the command to keep Shabbat. This command concludes with the injunction: "Do not kindle a fire in any of your dwelling

A Blessed Census

Mar 08, 2018Comments off

Parashat Pekudei deals with constructing the Mishkan (the Tabernacle). It begins by enumerating the weights of the precious metals that the Jewish people donated. By

Connecting "Me" to "My Name"

Feb 22, 2018Comments off

The Tabernacle connects between two levels: "For Me" and "For My Name." These allude to two paths to serving God For My Name In the

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