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The Big Bang and the Big Question: A Universe Without God? Until the early twentieth century, astronomers entertained three possible models of the universe:
1. The universe could be static.
2. The universe could be oscillating.
3. Finally, the universe could be open.
Are Non-Orthodox Jews Still Jews? The first four articles in this section are written in the form of questions people sent me, with each question followed by my answer.
'Kosher seating': The faith, history, and philosophy behind partition in prayer Mechitzah: Partition. Separation of sexes during prayer by partition. What is the reasoning behind this (pardon the pun) sometimes divisive aspect of kashrus -- "kosher seating"? On one level there is no reasoning. A faith commitment is a faith commitment. A tautology: without reasoning, without need of reasoning. A faith commitment to the divinity of the Torah.
- Nefesh B' Nefesh The mission of Nefesh B'Nefesh is to revitalize North American Aliyah and to expand it for generations to come by removing the financial, professional, and logistical obstacles that are preventing many "would-be" Olim from fulfilling their dream. In the process, we hope to send an unmistakable signal of North American-Israeli Jewish Solidarity and joint determination to strengthen the State of Israel
- JewishGen: The Official Home of Jewish Genealogy Information on researching your roots.
- Yachad b'Shalom First Magazine Dedicated to Jewish Multicultural Families/Organizations/Groups & Individuals of all cultural backgrounds.
Peter Himmelman Peter has several CD's out there. But on his CD called "From Strength to Strength" There are two MUST hear songs. They are: "This too shall Pass" and "Impermenent Things"
Meditationsof the Heart 1 The Breslav Tradition. Hassidic Aspirations For Voice and Piano. Meditations of the Heart, P.O Box 32285, Jerusalem, 91322, Israel
ShlockRock Every Shlock Rock song teaches something about being Jewish. It's a fun way to introduce and strengthen Jewish concepts to people of all ages - a way to make you feel good about being Jewish.