Monthly Archives: December 2010

Top Posts of 2010

As the year 2010 draws to a close, we review the top posts of the year, the most controversial posts, and some other interesting stats: Posts With The Most Views 1) Messianic Judaism and Coffee (347 pageviews) 2) Is Messianic … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“Welcome to a generation where rabbis have been defanged and declawed. The days of the rabbi as a weighty moral conscience are behind us now. The rabbi as irritant has been replaced with rabbi as ego-massager … The rabbi is … Continue reading

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Women Writing Torahs

This afternoon Jewschool published an interesting blog-post on women sofrot (scribes) and the story of the first commissioned Torah scroll written completely by women. Definitely worth reading (and viewing the embedded video)! You can view the Jewschool post HERE.

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Video of the Day

-Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks on Connecting with G-d

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Kavana, Prayer, and Torah Faithfulness

In Matthew 6:1-18, Yeshua emphasizes the importance of kavana, of proper intention, in observance of Torah commands. According to Yeshua, the intention of observing the mitzvot should not be so that others see you doing them, but rather out of … Continue reading

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“In the past, Jews were forced to be Jews or to break away completely. Nowadays, every Jew is a Jew by choice. All of us have autonomy as to how we want to be Jews. Since being a Jew means … Continue reading

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Tikkun Olam and Messianic Jews

*In honor of Human Rights Day (and Human Rights Shabbat, tomorrow) we are reposting this recent article. Synagogue attendance and ritual observance have become less popular features of Jewish society. Interestingly, 21st century Jewry is rallying around a new center: … Continue reading

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