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By Roy S. Neuberger Issue of Nov. 14, 2008 / 17 Cheshvan 5769 I believe that we are entering a period of history in which we must be very cautious. During the month of Cheshvan, the flood … more
In its purest form, the human spirit of inquiry is a holy thing. According to the renowned 12th century Jewish thinker Maimonides, … more
A late endorsement To the Editor: I don’t know if I have been placed under a cheirem or nidui, but I have riled up a well-attended Jewish news group on the Internet, including the … more
Childlike Innocence By Rabbi Avi Billet Issue of Nov. 14, 2008 / 17 Cheshvan 5769 The banishment of Yishmael and Hagar leaves a bad taste in one’s mouth. How could Sarah justify throwing … more
By Rabbi Avi Billet Issue of Nov. 7, 2008 / 9 Cheshvan 5769 When we were first introduced to Noach last week, we were told that he was righteous and “Tamim,” perfect or complete. While … more
The clash between secular and Jewish perspectives By Dr. Leon Zacharowicz Issue of Nov. 7, 2008 / 9 Cheshvan 5769 The amazing technological advances of the last century have created new … more
By David Seidemann Nov. 7, 2008 / 9 Cheshvan 5769 I sauntered into a local retail store on the days between Yom Kippur and Sukkos on a mission from my wife to find matching napkins and paper … more
By Meir Weingarten Issue of Nov. 7, 2008 / 9 Cheshvan 5769 There used to be a cozy little restaurant, no more than six or seven tables, hidden away in what were then vacant fields behind … more
By David M. Singer Issue of Oct. 31, 2008 / 2 Cheshvan 5769 In a recent article in The Jewish Star (Selective memory; Oct. 10, 2008) it was suggested that Democrats in the Oval Office are … more
By David Seidemann Issue of Oct. 31, 2008 / 2 Cheshvan 5769 Before delving into this week's article, allow me to detour and offer some election year advice having nothing to do with my … more
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