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In part four of “Money and Spirituality,” the true value of man is discussed, and the simultaneously socialist and capitalist approach of the Torah elucidated.
Weekly Op-Ed •December 16th, 2004• 1 Comment
An examination of the apparent dichotomy between faith and reason in the modern world, and a realistic perspective of these two forces from a Biblical perspective.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 22nd, 2004• 1 Comment
Life is a continuous cycle of troughs and crests, pain and joy, and in order to fully appreciate both, one must learn to ride the waves.
Weekly Op-Ed •May 13th, 2004• 1 Comment
Present day conflict has a direct source in biblical schisms of our forefathers, and in the ongoing war between the spiritual and the material.
Weekly Op-Ed •December 18th, 2003• 0 Comments
History is a continuum. Peace in our lifetime will only be possible if we make peace with the rifts of our past, acclimating the world to our own souls.
Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed •May 14th, 2003• 1 Comment
In part two of the answer to how one finds an authentic educator, Rabbi Simon Jacobson tells a personal story and discusses the shortcomings of modern education.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 10th, 2003• 0 Comments
The continued presence of both the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, and particularly the Euphrates, indicates the ongoing presence of the Garden of Eden in this world.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 3rd, 2003• 0 Comments
The Euphrates River has seen the rise and fall of man many times over, and plays a significant role in the ultimate redemption.
Weekly Op-Ed •March 27th, 2003• 0 Comments
The current state of the world, as examined through the lens of Babylon, can trace its roots to a fundamental religious and ideological conflict of ancient days.
Weekly Op-Ed •March 20th, 2003• 2 Comments
Part two of the previous week’s article, “Purim: Connect the Dots,” continues to explore the significance of current conflict in light of historical events.