Do you know the difference between a quest and a journey? MJTI Registrar Rabbi Michael Hillel explores how this subtle difference can guide us towards more fulfilling lives.
When moving to a new place, it can be easy to focus on all the differences. However, we should seek to find common ground to engage in community.
The magnitude of Yeshua's sacrifice is hard to grasp. In the final article in this series, rediscover the depth of God's love for us.
It's hard see yourself and your flaws objectively. Rabbi Klayman examines the story of King David and Batsheva, and salvation through repentance.
MJTI Academic Dean Rabbi Vered Hillel breaks down the system of Jewish new years—plural—and shares the origin and traditions of Tu B'Shevat.
Let's examine one of the great disasters of history: the Flood. We'll discover how Noah found safety and how that applies to our chaotic world.
"Scapegoat" has a layered and mixed history. From its origin in Leviticus to its modern use, explore the word's multifaceted past in today's post.
We continue exploring salvation with the Passover story. Why is this article different than all other articles? Continue reading to find out!
It can be hard to conceptualize what salvation actually means. Rabbi Elliot Klayman uses a Talmudic story to explore the meaning of salvation.
MJTI President Rabbi Rich Nichol shares another strength of MJTI: its incredible community.