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Is Moshe A Prophet Or A Failed Leader?
From wikipedia: Moses speculated that perchance there were among the Israelites some whose hearts were even then turning away from God to go worship the gods of those nations, who might think themselves immune, thinking that they would be safe … Continue reading
Breastfeeding In The Sanctuary
Some Orthodox synagogues have a problem with women whipping their bosoms out during davening. Hmm. Can’t we just all be free to do what we want and to pull our breasts out when we want? Isn’t that what Moses would … Continue reading
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‘Consider The Ordeal Of The Moral Leader’
Reading "Moses as Political Leader" today, I was struck by these paragraphs on page 11 and their message for my life: Consider the ordeal of the moral leader. People of conscience (for example, Moses at the burning bush) often wonder … Continue reading
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I’m A Righteous Man Because I Don’t Hate People In My Heart, I Hate Them On My Blog!
I have some reflections on the Torah’s injunction not to hate your neighbor in your heart. I’ve been studying Sefer HaChinuch (the 14th? century book of Jewish education) on Leviticus 19 (the Holiness Code). Which Jews are we allowed to … Continue reading
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Was Moses Wrong To Kill The Egyptian?
Exodus 2: 11-13 (NIV): “One day, after Moses had grown up, he went out to where his own people were and watched them at their hard labor. He saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, one of his own people. 12 … Continue reading →