History | History

Israelis Commemorate Exodus 1947, The ‘ship That Launched A Nation’

On July 18, 1947, some 4,550 refugees - survivors of the Holocaust - set off across the Mediterranean Sea, just two years removed from the destruction of Europe - Click the link for more details.

Miscellaneous | Judaism

Where Did Moses Get His Staff & What Happened to It?

Moses’ staff figures prominently throughout the story of the Exodus from Egypt and our ancestors’ subsequent sojourn in the desert. But Scripture doesn’t tell us the history of the staff.

Miscellaneous | Judaism

Why Did G-d Smite the Firstborn? - Parshah

Our job is to find the divine sparks hidden within each person, each object and each event, and let that shine.

News | News

Elder Of Ziyon - Exodus: A Curious Case of Cultural Appropriation by Merriam-Webster

Should the Jews be putting up more of a fight against cultural appropriation of Jewish heritage?

Miscellaneous | Judaism

Torah: What to Tell Yourself When Things Go Wrong

In the meantime, it’s dark, confusing, and difficult. That’s only because the process of getting to a deeper place can give space for negative consequences. But just around the bend is a time, a space that is even deeper and greater, that it will make thi

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UNPACKED - Moses and the Exodus

UNPACKED – Moses and the Exodus Ever felt there couldn’t be anything to say about Moses than hasn’t already been said? Turns out there’s plenty. That’s why we’re taking another look at this reluctant prophet and unpacking a story that ends

News | The News

Californians fed up with housing costs and taxes are fleeing state

More Californians are moving from the Golden State, particularly lower-income residents, although even middle-class residents are saying goodbye, according to experts.