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Rabbi Moshe Hauer
Imagine a State of the Union address that – instead of measuring progress relative to the promises made during the most recent election campaign – used the yardstick of the values and goals articulated in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.  Such an exercise would certainly provide a deeper and broader (Read More)
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
Simcha Steelman was born in Brooklyn.  His parents were committed to Torah and possessed a great love for Eretz Yisroel. Simcha’s parents sent him to an Orthodox Day School. Simcha thrived in the school; he loved the studies and he became especially close to his Rebbeim. After high school he went off to study at Bar Ilan (Read More)

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Vivek Singh
In this age of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), flipped classrooms, blended learning, and other active digital education media, it is natural for the Jewish community to turn to the virtual classroom. Jewish leaders have always valued education, both spiritual and lay. The broad net cast by online learning makes, living (Read More)
Rabbi Asher Resnick is happy to highlight several essays by Rabbi Resnick featured on his website over the coming months. Last month’s introductory essay addressed L’iluy Neshama – Helping & Maintaining Our Relationship with the Deceased – Part 1. This essay is Part 2: Honoring our Deceased (Read More)
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