For millennia, many readers of the Bible (including me) have experienced the moments when the Voice pronounces a new Name to Moses as among the moment...
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Can Egypt now leave its recent dark times behind and reclaim its past glory? Can it make history again?
Two very different leadership contests have competed for the attention of religiously observant American Jews in recent weeks. One played out among Republican candidates, the other in the Torah.
NEW YORK -- A colossal, 4,000-year-old statue of a seated Egyptian pharaoh will be visiting The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City for the ne...
For a normal woman, any rupture to her beauty routine will make her as pleasant as Pharaoh on a bad day. But for the kosher ladies of Passover, overhauling their cosmetics caddy is an undertaking of Biblical proportions.
One with power -- economic, social, political, military -- is in the position of an ancient Egyptian in the Exodus story. The question is not the morality of having power but of how one uses it.
The Biblical story of Passover warns us to preserve our planet, its environment and its inhabitants. The eternal message of the Festival of Freedom is peace, liberty and freedom for all.
Sometimes you have to go back into the past to understand the present. Egypt is usually at the top, or near the top, of everyone's travel wish list.
During the past week, we have seen hundreds of thousands of Egyptians face down their own modern Pharaoh -- dictatorial, repressive, and corrupt.
Let us stand together to rescue and heal our Earth from the Crushers in our own society.
Before Passover is over, then, let's not pass over the would-be pharaohs of the present age. Let's ask (at least) four more questions, and in asking, remember what history asks of us:
CAIRO — Archaeologists have unearthed a massive red granite head of one Egypt's most famous pharaohs who ruled nearly 3,400 years ago, the Egypt...
Since we didn't raise taxes in 2001, our time of surplus, those of us who do not sink under the coming depression, will wither under the burden of the coming inflation.
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