Jews and food: The passover connection

Eating most powerfully gives us the opportunity to feel a direct connection with God.
By Dina Coopersmith Apr. 28, 2024

Passover and the Spanish Inquisition

The brutal Inquisition authorities appealed to the public to observe their neighbors and be alert to any sign of Jewish practices.
By Yvette Alt Miller Apr. 16, 2023

The Passover

The books of Exodus and Deuteronomy take a different route altogether.
By Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks Apr. 9, 2023

Hebrew Scriptures: The Passover

History, more often than not, shows that hopes raised by such events are often dashed, sooner rather than later.
By Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks Apr. 9, 2023

Easter gravitated to the Christian faith from paganism

According to traditional Christianity, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ occurred on a Friday (Good Friday) around sunset and His resurrection occurred before sunrise on Easter Sunday.
By Cuthbert Mavheko Apr. 5, 2023

The oft-misquoted catchphrase of the Exodus

Rabbi Sarah Wolf writes: If we take the Exodus narrative seriously, we have been liberated in order to serve God, so we might consider how, exactly, we’re meant to do that.
By Rabbi Sari Laufer Apr. 2, 2023

Sunday Word: Our Christianity contaminated with paganism

Paganism is the hallowed belief in other revered objects or worship of personalities as gods besides the Creator, the Almighty God.
By Prosper Tingini Jan. 15, 2023

Sunday Word: Creation of days,weeks, months and years

The Lord obviously created the necessary things to make this happen, and to make life habitable for the living creatures which were to dwell upon the earth.
By Prosper Tingini Jan. 8, 2023

Hebrew scriptures: The Jews didn’t build the pyramids

Some other more significant highlights of the trip were the incredible archaeological sites and the remnants of Jewish presence in Egypt over the past 2 000 years.

By The Southern Eye Apr. 10, 2022