Rabbi Ismar Schorsch served as chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Parashat Kedoshim teaches us to preserve our natural resources.
Modern commentary and interpretation may ease some discomfort surrounding ancient liturgy.
Gleaning great meaning from the single word this portion gave to Jewish liturgy.
While God commands Moses, He also calls to him affectionately.
In biblical times and today, religious leaders must be paragons of righteousness.
There is no need to ascend to heaven--or build a tower--to find God.
Moses exemplifies a lesson in business ethics.
Moses was changed internally and externally by his experience on Mount Sinai.
Commentary for Parshat Terumah: Exodus 25:1-27:19
Seeking the living soul of our sacred texts.