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Translators sometimes stumble—and it is fascinating to take note of just where and when they do. Often, when they distort the text they are presenting, or fail to carry some feature of the original into the target language, we...

Posted on 1 February 2018, By Rabbi Peretz Rodman

In Britain, we are no strangers to bad weather. Sometimes it’s all we talk about. But we may wonder why, when the Torah is given, the weather had to be so bad?We read in Exodus 19: 16] On the third day, as morning dawned, there...

Posted on 1 February 2018, By Rabbi Roni Tabick
Eco-Synagogue: What's It All About?

Eco-Synagogue is our response to the climate crisis. Rooted in the texts of Judaism, alert to the urgency and complexity of the hour, specific and detailed in what it asks of us, it offers a practical, positive, engaging road-...

Posted on 25 January 2018, By Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg

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