Inspiring Jewish Women: Ellen Goldsmith

Inspiring Jewish Women: Ellen Goldsmith

Many Jewish women have made great contributions to our world, some for their talents, leadership, and humanitarianism—and some for who they are. Ellen Goldsmith (1958–2017), a Messianic Jewish woman, embodied them all. Ellen was a dear friend whom I greatly respect...
Looking to Elul

Looking to Elul

After Rosh Chodesh Elul (August 21st), we read Psalm 27 twice a day at Shacharit and Mincha (the morning and afternoon prayer service). This causes us to begin preparing our hearts and minds with an attitude of repentance as we head toward the Days of Awe, Rosh...
COVID-19 and Eschatology: Is This the End Times?

COVID-19 and Eschatology: Is This the End Times?

2020 has been an intense year. We began with boiling tensions between the U.S. and Iran, moved on to devastating fires in Australia, and finally life has progressively shut down as COVID-19 has affected every corner of the globe. The back-to-back nature of all these...
A Beautiful Day

A Beautiful Day

MJTI President Rabbi Rich enjoys the sunshine in the Boston Public Garden and reflects on God’s beauty in nature. Explore our blog: Gilgamesh, the Flood, and the Garden R. Klayman takes a look at the Epic of Gilgamesh and finds an overlooked parallel:...
MJTI 2020 UMJC Address

MJTI 2020 UMJC Address

MJTI Content Coordinator Emily Klein relays MJTI’s yearly update to the UMJC, sharing all of the important happenings this year—and the exciting changes to come!   Explore our blog: Gilgamesh, the Flood, and the Garden R. Klayman takes a look at the Epic of...

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