We know that we should be nicer—but how? Rabbi Elliot Klayman looks at Psalm 120 for how to let our yetzer hatov shine through.
This week is Parshat Nasso, Rabbi Klayman's bar mitzvah portion. He reflects on the interim and the lessons he's learned in the meantime.
COVID lockdowns have sparked debate: meet in person (Acts 2:42, Heb 10:24-25) or respect health & safety rules (Rom 13:1-8, 1 Pet 2:13-17)?
Could procrastination be a Biblical value? MJTI Registrar Michael Hillel dives into whether haste to do Adonai's will is always a good thing.
How do we as Yeshua-believers navigate a time where so much seems subjective? Rabbi Michael Hillel tackles the question.
How do the similarities between Hanukkah and Christmas reflect on the relationship between Jews and Christians in this most festive season?
If you think about it, Christmas wouldn't exist without Hanukkah. What does that say about God's plan for Israel and for history?
Rabbi Dr. Vered Hillel has compiled a few of her favorite children's Hanukkah stories to read each night—with accompanying videos!
Hanukkah celebrates the miracle of the oil, where a day's worth of oil lasted eight days. But how historically plausible is this narrative?
Rabbi Dr. Vered Hillel reminisces on past Hanukkah celebrations in Israel and all their associated traditions.