Category Archives: Passover

Torah Talks: Passover

Tune in at 6pm CA time. * A traditional Passover seder takes a minimum of three hours with lots of long readings. If you are with people you love, it’s fun. If you are not with people you love, it … Continue reading

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Dear God, Why Is There A Naked Lady In My Haggadah?

Rabbi Gil Student writes: There was always one passage that stuck out in my youthful mind because it refers to a naked woman with a little detail (see below). As I grew older and learned what the passage means from … Continue reading

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Creating An Intellectual Passover Seder

Rabbi Gil Student writes: To date, three Haggadahs have been published that purport to be collections of insights of R. Joseph B. Soloveitchik: Haggadah Si’ach Ha-Gerid by his grandson, R. Yitzchak Lichtenstein; Haggadah for Passover With Commentary Based on the … Continue reading

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A Commonsense Guide To Passover

Did you know that the crumbs of bread on your floor are not chametz? I didn’t either until I listened to this commonsensical guide to Passover on RabbiAriKahn.com. I’ve always had a problem with Judaism’s legal fictions to get around … Continue reading

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Getting Away For Passover

David Suissa writes: There I was poolside, on day three of our vacation, fumbling with four water glasses I was bringing to my dehydrated kids, and who do I run into? The one guy I see most Friday mornings on … Continue reading

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