"Rabbi Irwin Kula, president of CLAL: The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, said, “Torah is ownerless; that’s why it was given in the desert. This question [Whose Torah Is It Anyway?] is a masked question of the anxieties of this room.’"...
Desert Trials is the newest book in Clal Resident Tzemah Yoreh, Ph.D.'s Biblical Narrative (Kernel to Canon) Series, and this volume is a bilingual edition too. In Desert Trials he traces the development of his uniquely divergent account into the canonical text we have today. The book series develops the his work on his website, biblecriticism.com.
"Rabbi Owen Gottlieb, the director and founder of ConverJent, produced, wrote, and co-designed Jewish Time Jump with co-game designer Jennifer Ash. Games for Change had the chance to ask them both about the creation and inspiration for the game. What’s your background in making games? Rabbi Owen Gottlieb: I have been designing games since my childhood in the early ’80s – in elementary school, on the playground, at home, and at camp.
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield joins Fox News LIVE's Lauren Green to talk about why our country needs to become more expansive and inclusive.
"People entering the Bradford County Courthouse in Starke, Florida will soon be able to have a look at both a monument featuring the Ten Commandments and another one which will feature quotes celebrating secularism as well. And why not? What's good for the goose is good for the gander, as the old saying goes...."
"There is a feeling you get when you stand on, say, the ground at Gettysburg or the steps of the Lincoln Monument and you know that something momentous, a piece of history, occurred right on that part of the Earth right beneath your feet. But what about the history that went down at less noted locations, places that you pass every day on your way to work or when you take your dog out for a walk?
"...For American Jews, socialism and communism were also social movements permeating the most mundane aspects of life. There were socialist and communist summer camps, mother’s groups, and even sports clubs. For many Jews, socialism and communism were part of the fullest expression of American freedom. But as we see in this week’s Torah portion, engaging with a political approach that challenges established power can have disastrous results.
"As the old saying goes, what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. And now people entering the Bradford County Courthouse in Starke, Fla., will be able to have a gander at both a monument featuring the Ten Commandments and another one which will feature quotes celebrating secularism as well. And why not?
Clal Resident Tzemah Yoreh, Ph.D. has published another in his Biblical Narrative (Kernel to Canon) Series, however, this volume is a bilingual edition. In Journey To Sinai he traces the development of his uniquely divergent account into the canonical text we have today. The book series develops the his work on his website, biblecriticism.com.
"It’s not your imagination: in the past few years, the gaming world has seen an uptick in the number of socially responsible games—things like WeTopia (basically Farmville with a charitable component), Half the Sky (a choose-your-own adventure women’s empowerment game), and Foldit (a puzzle game that solves real-world science quandaries). For the best of what’s new, look no further than the nominees for the 2013 Games for Change Awards. The nominees are separated out by category.