Did the Prophet Amos Predict the Women’s Siyum Daf Yomi?
Yaakov Jaffe explains how Biblical grammar and parables come together in Amos to teach us about women's Talmud Torah.
A Ripe Old Age: Abraham, Gideon and David
Daniel Lifshitz explains the connection between Abraham, Gideon, and David through the lens of this week's Parshah and Haftarah.
As One Person with One Heart: Misunderstood in Unison
What sort of Jewish unity was there at Mount Sinai?
Seeing Double: Themes in Judges, Chapter 3
Judy Taubes Sterman examines Judges Chapter 3.
Rahab, Jeremiah, and the Story of Purim
Shimon Lerner uncovers a surprising but profound message that goes to the very heart of the Purim story.
The Sacrifice of Obedience
Shlomo Zuckier asks what we can learn from Shaul's mistakes in this week's Haftara.
The Prophets Did Not Take Political Stands, and You Should Too
Alex Ozar comments on preaching politics from the pulpit.
Of Sages, Prophets, and Politics from the Pulpit
Jason Herman examines whether or not rabbis should talk politics in shul.
The King’s Great Cover-Up and Great Confession
Ezra Sivan explores the idea of confession, through the eyes of King David
Haggai: Prophet of Elul
Tzvi Sinensky on how Sefer Haggai unlocks the meaning of Hodesh Elul.
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