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I. ENSLAVING THE JEWS Were the Egyptians right in enslaving the Jews? The question seems outrageous at first. However, Pharaoh and the Egyptians fulfilled God’s prophecy to Avraham that his descendants...

I. BELIEF AND KNOWLEDGE Pesach is often called Chag Ha-Emunah, the holiday of faith or, more accurately, belief. But what is belief and how do we acquire it? A better understanding...

WHAT IS FREEDOM? I. FREEDOM OF THE WILL Pesach is the holiday of freedom, when God redeemed us from slavery. But has that freedom continued with us, even after we...

Laws about gun control serve as perpetual fuel for political debates. However, everyone agrees that some people should carry guns in some circumstances. Whether police officers or soldiers, on duty...

Premature Breakfast   On Purim morning, are we allowed to eat breakfast? The answer is not so much a matter of food but of priorities. On Purim, we observe a...

I. CREATING HOLINESS Every week, we utilize one of the greatest human powers even though it has no tangible effect. God created the world for six days and then rested on...

A casino visit can be a fun way to spend your leisure time and money but is it a kosher trip? There is more to discuss than just the greed...

I. THE WEDDING Rav Moshe Isserles, commonly known as the Rema, was the rabbi of Cracow. A man who had lost his wife arranged for his daughter to be married,...

In the first three years of a fruit tree’s life, its fruits are forbidden as Orlah (Lev. 19:23). Ramban (ad loc.) explains that the first fruits must be brought to the Temple in...

IS SECULAR MUSIC KOSHER?  I. EXTENT OF THE PROHIBITION  The Gemara (Gittin 7a) asks from where we learn that music is forbidden. The Gemara answers with a few possible verses, including “Do...