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This essay was originally published as part of the Torah Queeries project, an online archive of commentaries on the weekly Torah portion managed by Jewish Mosaic (now Keshet - the two organizations merged in July 2010). The book version of Torah Queeries is available from NYU Press
Published in USA Today on 10/23/11
This is a D'var Torah originally intended for A Ve'ahavta Hanuka Message
Originally published for the Hazon CSA newsletter.Discusses the concept of home and connections we have to land.
December 14, 2012, in response to school massacre in Newtown, CT.
This Dvar Torah uses the themes of Aharei Mot and Kedoshim to reinforce the importance of gay and lesbian inclusion.
AJWS's weekly Torah commentary explores themes of social justice that emerge from the parshah. Visit http://tinyurl.com/dvartzedek to sign up to receive the weekly Dvar Tzedek by e-mail.
AJWS's weekly Torah commentary explores themes of social justice that emerge from the parshah. Visit http://tinyurl.com/dvartzedek to sign up to receive the weekly Dvar Tzedek by e-mail.
AJWS's weekly Torah commentary explores themes of social justice that emerge from the parshah. Visit http://tinyurl.com/dvartzedek to sign up to receive the weekly Dvar Tzedek by e-mail.
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