How are we supposed to feel in the face of betrayal and disappointment? Rabbi Elliot Klayman breaks down Parasha Vayeshev.
This week's parasha sees Jacob reuniting with his estranged brother. What can this unlikely reconciliation show us about our relationships today?
The patriarchal narrative continues in this week’s parasha, Vayeitzei (Genesis 28:10 – 32:3). We find Jacob on his way tp Haran, seemingly in an attempt to get away from his justifiably-angry elder twin brother Esau, after Jacob had stolen Esau's blessing from...
November, 1880: Sholem Asch, the Jewish author, was born. Dr. Stan Meyer takes a look at his life and the impact he still has on our world today.
The High Holidays are behind us for another year. We have travelled God’s way in those marathon weeks, and it may be tempting for us to settle back into a comfortable, mindless rhythm until Chanukah starts at the end of November. However, from shofar blowing and...
Rabbi Klayman draws on his decades as an attorney to examine this Talmudic narrative on bribery and its damaging effects on the judicial system.
Part 2 of Rabbi Elliot Klayman's article on shmitah. What happens to a community when people are afraid to lend near a year of release? Read on!
Jonathan Bernis, President & CEO of Jewish Voice Ministries International, talks about the importance of MJTI's new Lifelong Learning Centre.
MJTI CFO Rabbi Klayman writes on the importance of shmitah—periodic forgiveness, or "release." What insights could this practice give us today?
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