The last of the Aseres Ha-Dibros (Ten Commandments) is lo sachmod – not to be envious of someone else’s possessions. Early commentaries already question: How can the Torah legislate against a ...

The revelation at Mount Sinai - the central episode not only of the parshah of Yitro, but of Judaism as a whole - was unique in the religious history of mankind. Other faiths (Christianity and Islam) ...

20:19 “ויאמר ד' אל משה כה תאמר אל בני ישראל, אתם ראיתם כי מן השמים דברתי עמכם.” 20:20 “לא תעשון אתי, אלהי כסף ואלהי ...

Yehudah approached (vayigash) [Yosef] and said, “My master, let your servant speak a word in my master’s ears. Don’t be angry with your servant, for you are like Pharaoh …” (Bereishis ...

Very much has been written about most family relationships. There are books about fathers and sons, fathers and daughters, and mothers and sons and daughters. Many volumes have been written about ...

The last of the Aseres Ha-Dibros (Ten Commandments) is lo sachmod – not to be envious of someone else’s possessions. Early commentaries already question: How can the Torah legislate against a ...

The revelation at Mount Sinai - the central episode not only of the parshah of Yitro, but of Judaism as a whole - was unique in the religious history of mankind. Other faiths (Christianity and Islam) ...
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