Maurice A. Salth | April 20, 2012
?The book of Leviticus has the unfair, in my opinion, reputation for being boring and inaccessible. But this week’s portion, Sh’mini, from the early chapters of Leviticus, has some of the Bible’s pomp and circumstance as well as drama and intrigue.
Pastor Armandus J. Derr, Saint Peter’s Church | April 18, 2012
In the presence of eyes which witnessed the slaughter which saw the oppression the heart could not bear, and as witness the heart that once taught compassion until the day it came to pass that crushed human feeling, I have taken an oath: To remember it all, to remember, not once to forget!
Peter J. Rubinstein | April 18, 2012
I am aware that this commemoration of remembrance, this year especially and perhaps somewhat uniquely, quickly follows both the festival of Passover and the celebration of Easter. Therefore, it is for both Christians and Jews that this is a season of renewal.
Rabbinic Intern Rachel Van Thyn | April 13, 2012
After a meaningful week of Pesach, we reenter our regular rhythmic calendar again. And as I was putting away the box of matzah for the last time this season, I began to wonder, “What’s next?”
Michael S. Friedman | April 7, 2012
?What did we read this morning? We read about the command to celebrate this festival by eating unleavened bread. But that’s only one part of our observance of this festival today. The other part of course is gathering together, asking questions, and telling the story. Telling the story of the liberation. Because, as we’re told, you shall tell your child or you shall tell one another this story of liberation. That’s what we are commanded to do.
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