Vayigash continues the narrative of Joseph and his brothers, but, unlike in the book of Genesis, there are no miracles or divine revelation in Vayigash.
This is the dual lesson of Hanukkah and of Joseph and his brothers: unity leads to redemption. May we remember this lesson as we light the Hanukkah candles.
Despite their conflicting identities Jacob and Esau were able to put aside their differences and come together to bury their father Isaac.
What does the Torah have to say about the issue of refugee? Ms. Gritsevskaya and Father Ray Kelly, discuss the emotional topic of immigration and refugees.
As Parshat Toldot opens God responds to Rebecca that she is pregnant with twins, not just any twins, but two nations inside of her, In a struggle for power.
Should commandments related to one’s interaction with G-d take precedence over commandments related to interpersonal relations?
Rabbi Dr. Reb Mimi Feigelson: We have a free will; what will our journey look like in the new year? And who are we going to be once we get to our destination?
Israel is already one of the most densely populated countries in the world. What are the potentially destructive implications of our extraordinarily high birthrate?