The artisan is as important as the ingredients used.
How the deepest intimacy can be both binding and freeing.
What sacrifice is, where it comes from, and what it can mean for us today.
Why Aaron was silent in the wake of his sons' death.
Why should we care so much about the details of the Tabernacle?
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The Torah teaches us to think globally and act locally.
The cherub is a type of angel that is a staple of the Bible and later Jewish literature, but probably didn’t originally look like a rosy-cheeked, bare-bottomed baby with wings.
Son of King David, builder of the temple, author of three biblical works and the wisest of men, Solomon looms large in Jewish tradition — and beyond.
The nazirite exemplifies actively choosing a sacred status with a higher level of responsibility.