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Posts Tagged: Lieba Rudolph

November 3, 2016 4:16 am
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Noah, Technology and the Coming of the Messiah

I was talking with a rabbi recently, and told him that the world had hit a new low. He quickly reminded me that Cain slew...

September 19, 2016 12:44 pm
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We Must Embrace the Idea of the Messiah

As a mother, I learned that just because you don't get paid doesn't mean you don't work hard. I also learned that even without pay, you...

September 9, 2016 3:59 am
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Making the Messiah a Reality

"The whipped cream will be a few minutes. Is that okay?" "Sure," I smiled. Being patient can be challenging for me, but I didn't mind this...

September 5, 2016 6:37 am
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Being Religious About Shabbat Means Connecting With God

Many people today sneer at keeping Shabbat. To them, Shabbat observance smacks of everything that's wrong with religion. As someone who started keeping the sabbath so my...

August 12, 2016 3:28 am
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Why People Hate God, and Why They’re Wrong

My late father insisted that religion was bad for the world, because it caused so many wars. I tried for years to convince him otherwise (unsuccessfully, of course),...

August 1, 2016 3:49 am
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Rebuilding the Third Temple

If you're looking for the mothership of Jewish guilt, it can be found in our responsibility to rebuild the Third Temple -- Beit Hamikdash. Our sages say...

July 8, 2016 2:08 am
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Becoming Orthodox and Kicking the Clothes-Shopping Habit

When I tell my daughter-in-law, Devorah, who has only known me for five years, that I used to love shopping, she finds it hard to...

July 4, 2016 6:12 am
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Sorting Through My Parents’ Memories and Mementos

I'm learning a lot in the process of reassigning my deceased parents' material legacy -- in other words, figuring out what do with over 50 years...

June 15, 2016 7:09 am
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Leaving the Fold and Returning to It: Two Tales of Adjustment

I did something recently that I said I wasn't going to do anymore: I read an online essay by a woman who left the "ultra-Orthodox"...

June 7, 2016 8:15 am
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Remembering a Stunning, Brave Girl — and a Light of Hope

“Is it me, or is it always either really hot or really cold here?” my husband asked as we walked through Montefiore Cemetery in Queens. There...

May 20, 2016 1:22 am
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A Commencement Message and a Call to Judaism

Your birth was your defining moment -- yet you didn't ask to be born at all, much less to the family you were born into. You didn't...

May 9, 2016 6:54 am
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The Blessing of a Big Family

Pictures don't lie, but they don't tell the whole truth either. They just capture a moment -- a split-second in time. Our family recently captured a split-second...

Features

Fatah Continues Promoting Violent Protests Over Jerusalem Announcement

Fatah continues encouraging Palestinians to engage in violent protests and "continue the intifada"...

New Jet Is a Game-Changer for Israeli Air Force

JNS.org - After being deemed combat capable earlier this month, the F-35 “Adir” stealth fighter jet promises to create system-wide change in...

Arab Street Outraged by Jerusalem Decision, but Governments Have Other Concerns

JNS.org - President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital was overwhelmingly rejected...

World

UK Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn Heckled as ‘Liar,’ Amid Ongoing ...

British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn was called a "liar" during his speech at the UK Jewish Labour Movement’s Hanukkah...

Israel

NJ Senator Cory Booker Slams ‘Repugnant’ Call for Killing of Je...

New Jersey Senator Cory Booker (D) has issued a scorching rebuke to the Jersey City imam who delivered two antisemitic sermons...

Middle East

Interfaith Delegation From Bahrain Visits Israel, Draws Criticism in Arab W...

JNS.org - An interfaith delegation from Bahrain is visiting Israel during Hanukkah in an unprecedented trip. On Tuesday night, the group attended...

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