Are We Really Free? Rabbi Capers Shmuel Funnye We have made it to another Passover season, which marks the time of our redemption from slavery. We celebrate our sacred rituals of remembrance that call to mind the bitterness of slavery in ancient times and also the enslavement and freedom of our people in modern times. […]
Passover: A Linguistic Analysis by Moreh Avdiel Ben Levi The season of Passover represents so many facets of truth and spiritual empowerment within Torah. It is one of the greatest of our Holy seasons in that it affords us a panoramic view of what it means to be spiritually free. Passover or Pesach פסח in Hebrew […]
Biblical Man Meets Modern Man Rabbi Sholomo Ben Levy Modern man emerges from his time capsule several thousand years in his past and meets a Biblical man for whom our future has not yet occurred. For the Biblical man it is neither a remote yesterday nor a distant tomorrow; it is merely today. The Biblical […]
During an interview on C-SPAN Lani Guinier, an eminent legal scholar, was asked to describe her life, her six books, and her career as a distinguished educator. In the course of this discussion Guiner explained that she is the product of an interracial marriage; her mother, Eugenia Paprin, is a White Jewish immigrant from Poland […]
Rabbi Sholomo Levy and his son Levi in their Sukkot Booth in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania 2013.
This is part of an interview that Rabbi Funnye did in August of 2014. In it he talks about many of our traditions and beliefs. He also talks about our connection to various Israelite communities in Africa.