Bringing us all out of Egypt.
How do we reconcile our desire to see God with God's statement that no one can see God and live?
Moses informs the people of numerous ethical and ritual laws and seals the covenant between the Children of Israel and God.
In claiming power over human lives, a murderer denies that God alone possesses that power.
While it's easy to complain about poor leadership, Parashat Mishpatim challenges us to critique from a committed, engaged perspective.
Several interpretations of "an eye for an eye" all provide valuable insights into ethical lessons of the Torah.
In the shift from narrative to law, we become the actors performing the narrative of liberation.
Parashat Mishpatim teaches us that our society cannot function without laws, judges, and courts of justice.