Best of the Week

With Shabbat just a couple of hours away and the week coming to close, here’s what you may have missed at MJL.

Do you think anti-Semitism is still going strong today? Read all about the different forms of anti-Semitism in the 21st century.

As the Jewish community ages, younger generations face difficult decisions regarding their parents’ and grandparents’ care.

The concept of the divine giving out punishments and rewards is quite controversial and touches on whether or not people deserved what comes to them.

What does Judaism think about contraception? It’s tied to Judaism’s philosophies on the value of procreation.

Jewish laws did not just stop at the Torah and the Talmud. Read more about modern Halakhic texts.

Have a good weekend!

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36 Questions for Jewish Lovers

Rabbi and marriage counselor Ari Sytner offers 36 questions for Jewish couples to achieve greater intimacy and harmony.

What Were the Nuremberg Laws?

Passed in September 1935, they provided the legal framework for the systematic persecution of Jews in Germany.

Anti-Semitism in America

Prejudice against Jews has always existed in the United States, but American anti-Semitism differs from its European precursor in fundamental ways.