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Did God break his Covenant with the people of Israel? First, the holy Temple in Jerusalem destroyed and left...

Ask the Rabbi: Did God Break His Covenant With the People of Israel?

Did God break his Covenant with the people of Israel? First, the holy Temple in Jerusalem destroyed and left...

Did God break his Covenant with the people of Israel? First, the holy Temple in Jerusalem destroyed and left in ruins. Next, the Jewish people scattered to the four corners of the earth. Then, six million Jews killed in...

Genesis tells that Rebekah married Isaac and he loved her greatly. She comforted him when Sarah, his mother, died....

Isaac and Rebekah

Genesis tells that Rebekah married Isaac and he loved her greatly. She comforted him when Sarah, his mother, died....

Genesis tells that Rebekah married Isaac and he loved her greatly. She comforted him when Sarah, his mother, died.   Isaac and Rebekah birthed two sons – Esau, father of the Edomites and the Amalekites, and Jacob. After wrestling...

Let’s talk about ahavah (love), Biblical style! This video explores the various ways the Hebrew authors used the word “love.”...

Word Study: Ahavah – “Love”

Let’s talk about ahavah (love), Biblical style! This video explores the various ways the Hebrew authors used the word “love.”...

Let’s talk about ahavah (love), Biblical style! This video explores the various ways the Hebrew authors used the word “love.” There are many stories of love in the Bible. Biblical love depicts God as the ultimate source and goal of...

Artist Chana Helen Rosenberg writes on Chabad.org, “Ruth was so dedicated to her mother-in-law, Naomi, and to G‑d, that she...

Biblical Art: The Love of Naomi and Ruth

Artist Chana Helen Rosenberg writes on Chabad.org, “Ruth was so dedicated to her mother-in-law, Naomi, and to G‑d, that she...

Artist Chana Helen Rosenberg writes on Chabad.org, “Ruth was so dedicated to her mother-in-law, Naomi, and to G‑d, that she did not want to go back to Moab, rather to go with Naomi to Bethlehem, as shown in this famous...

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