Leviticus

Have You Seen A Liger?

How about a mule? Question of the Week: Dear Susan and Rabbi Daniel, I was listening to Wallbuilders and you made a comment about the liger (cross between a lion and a tiger) at the zoo and how that was not how God intended for things to be so your dad was sad. Can you […]

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Cows or Corvettes?

In late 1964, after five years of construction, the Verrazano Bridge connecting Brooklyn and Staten Island opened to traffic.  It was made of steel and was then the longest suspension bridge in the world.  In order to prevent corrosion from the sea air, it is painted, using about 12,000 gallons of paint.  Since rust would

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How does isolation fit in a Biblical worldview?

I live in California. The governor just ordered a shelter in place because of the coronavirus. What does ancient Jewish wisdom say about what to do about sick people in society? John M. Dear John, While this is not the right venue for us to answer your question comprehensively, we thought that you and others

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Never Marry Your Grandmother

“My boyfriend is driving me crazy! Does he want to get married or not?” “My husband and I were both thrilled when I became pregnant. But when I mention the baby, he sometimes gets this terrified look on his face. Is he happy about our baby nor not?” The answer is…drum roll please…Both! The author

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Cows or Corvettes?

In late 1964, after five years of construction, the Verrazano Bridge connecting Brooklyn and Staten Island opened to traffic.  It was made of steel and was then the longest suspension bridge in the world.  In order to prevent corrosion from the sea air, it is painted, using about 12,000 gallons of paint.  Since rust would

Cows or Corvettes? Read More »

Never Marry Your Grandmother

“My boyfriend is driving me crazy! Does he want to get married or not?” “My husband and I were both thrilled when I became pregnant. But when I mention the baby, he sometimes gets this terrified look on his face. Is he happy about our baby nor not?” The answer is…drum roll please…Both! The author

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