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Here Are the Clothes, but Where Is the Emperor? (Torah in Memory of My Friends Matthew Eisenfeld and Sara Duker)

Rabbi Michael Bernstein | Posted 04.08.2014 | Religion
Rabbi Michael Bernstein

Few stories or their morals are more recognizable than that of the Emperor's New Clothes. However, the Torah reading this week, Tetzaveh, turns this classic story inside out.

Ask Not What God Can Do for You

Ebn Leader | Posted 04.21.2013 | Religion
Ebn Leader

Most often in our culture God is the address for requests, for the expectation that something that I cannot control will be taken care of by a Higher or Greater Power. What if, in the spirit of Purim and our Torah reading, we adapt JFK's famous statement and ask not what God can do for you, but what you can do for God?

Parshat Tetzaveh: A Nation Of Priests

Josh Fleet | Posted 05.01.2012 | Religion
Josh Fleet

And command the Children of Israel: Bring pure, clear, ready-to-light olive oil to ignite the lamp so that it may burn continually. Aaron and his sons should arrange it so that it will burn from night to morning.