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A soaring cry, a classic expression of the Jewish American experience

Prayers for the Living, by Alan Cheuse. Foreword by Tova Mirvis. Fig Tree Books. 380 pages. Trade paperback $15.95.

A major literary achievement, Alan Cheuse’s magnificent novel takes us through three generations of a Jewish American family, revealing an odd mix of dysfunction and accomplishment, belonging and estrangement, sacrifice and betrayal. 991 more words

Authors And Books

Parshas Bamidbar | The Kollel Connection

Parshas Bamidbar | The Kollel Connection

May 22, 2015 – Candle lighting 7:56 pm

Note: Times are for Bensalem; Check your local calendar for exact times in your area. 447 more words



Teach Me, Lord

© Heather Flood

Teach me, Lord,
What I don’t know
Show me which way
And where to go
Alone I stumble
Alone I fall… 57 more words


In The Presence Of Holy – The Jersey Boy, The Pittsburgher Rebbe And The Tish 3.0 -- by Marc

My first Tish was in the Meah Shearim in Jerusalem. You can read about it on my other blog, This Year in Jerusalem (one of three, including this one). 1,176 more words

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As The Shul Turns -- Episode 88

I’d heard a few things from Vic’s wife about C.G.
Can’t say I was surprised.

C.G. found his baliwick; or thinks he has. He must believe everyone in KaKa is as stupid as Pharaoh and the other pin brains on the Board. 231 more words

Teacher and a Student

“To be plainly instructed and consider well that the main end of your life and studies to KNOW GOD and JESUS CHRIST. -Harvard University”

November 2014 – 

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A Born Again Rabbi.

David Ross is a Rabbi who has been homeless, had an addiction, served time, and has accepted Jesus as his Savior.  For those of you who are less than familiar with the Jewish faith, Jesus was a prophet, but not seen as the Messiah, our salvation- by most Jews.  433 more words