In ‘A Brief History of Time’ (published in 1998) Professor Stephen Hawking was equivocal about the possibility of a Creator, stating that finding a complete theory of the universe would allow mankind to know the mind of G-d”. But in his final book, “Brief Answers To The Big Questions,” which is published on Tuesday, the astrophysicist... Read more »
The Pittsburgh synagogue shooting is believed to be the deadliest attack on Jews in American history. To that end, Jews around the globe are celebrating — #ShowUpForShabbat — a nationwide initiative aimed at filling synagogues across the country this weekend, and by extension, showing direct solidarity to the Pittsburgh Jewish community. In light of the above,... Read more »
The Internet is the greatest communication tool in the history of human society – which makes it a perfect way to spread the word about your cause. Assuming, that is, you know what you’re doing. So, you want to take your charity online?
In light of the tragic events of this Shabbos, it seems appropriate to share this shiur on Holding Fast in Times of Pain. “It is a time of pain for Jacob.” הוֹי כִּי גָדוֹל הַיּוֹם הַהוּא מֵאַיִן כָּמֹהוּ וְעֵת צָרָה הִיא לְיַעֲקֹב וּמִמֶּנָּה יִוָּשֵׁעַ.״ --ירמיהו ל:ז
Ahead of the annual Shabbos Project weekend we bring to you this free new eBook! Shabbos is the goal of Creation! By observing Shabbos we proclaim that G-d created the universe, gave us the Torah, and is directly involved in guiding the history of the world. Consequently, Shabbat
The Shabbos Project, when Jews worldwide will experience one complete Shabbos together, is now less than two weeks away – Parshas Lech Lecha, October 23-24, 2015. For more details see The Shabbos Project website here. Rabbis and educators around the globe are preparing for this worldwide event and are also
Google is committed to ensuring a flawless experience for all its users by providing the most relevant results as quickly as possible. It took local searches to the next level by proving different types of search results apart from the organic results. If you want to increase
Six years ago I wrote the first Hebrew volume of Umekareiv Biyamin (ומקרב בימין), an in-depth analysis of the most commonly asked questions posed to kiruv rabbanim. Some issues discussed in the sefer include inviting Shabbos guests driving to the meal, counting non-
A new round of Middos Challenges for Schools is starting now for the month of Cheshvan! Give your students the opportunity to participate in a worldwide program and earn the chance to win a prize! Here's how it works:
Did you ever wonder when a poor person asks you for tzedaka in shul, you give a small donation. And when the poor come to your home, you give then multiple times more than in shul? What's the difference?