In a surprisingly subversive midrash, we give thanks to the frauds and scoundrels.
In which law and ethics of mamzerut are addressed from the mamzer‘s point of view
Holiness is not only about religion and ritual but also includes justice.
In which we learn how succumbing to “bad speech” can negate a good person’s righteousness.
In which an incensed God fires two priests, Moses flips the script, and Aaron stands down.
In a special Passover episode, we look at a midrash from Shir Hashirim Rabbah that finds beauty even in our darkest moments.
Offering sacrifices isn’t only about following technical procedure. The intent of the supplication is of critical importance.
Whose sacrifices are accepted and whose are not?
In which Moses leads by example in demonstrating the care leaders and organizations should take with managing public funds.
Moses overrides God regarding communal inclusion and owns the consequences.