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Where is it written that Adam was created on Rosh Hashanah?

Question: I understand that according to the Talmud, Rosh Hashanah is the birthday of Adam. Could you give me a particular referencefrom the Talmud...

Evolution: is it really logical or merely likable?

Let us examine this from a strictly logical perspective. Forget religions, bibles, and commandments; when you see a beautiful sophisticated object, what...

Two different stories of creation?

Question: There are two different accounts of creation in the Torah. How do we reconcile them? Answer: Rashi - foremost Torah commentator -...

Is the Torah Perfect?

Question: My dear Rabbi, I want to ask a question which is not related to religion. Do you yourself believe that there are things in the world that are...

Angels 3: Bad Angels

[Click here to read 'Angels 1: The True Story' & 'Angels 2: Wings on Fire']  Besides the physical world, the world of Asiyah...

Angels 2: Wings on Fire

[Click here to read 'Angels 1: The True Story']  Immediately above the world of Yetzirah is the world called  Beriyah, which, like...

The World of Creation

The world of Beriyah, the world of Creation, is a tremendous step down from the world of  Atzilut. Beriyah, or "creation", implies...

Angels 1: the True Story

The living creatures of the world of Yetzirah are, in a general way, called "angels". They function on that plane as we function in the...

Forming Time and Space

The limitation that is added by the descent into the world of Yetzirah, the world of Formation, is that of dimension itself. Formation is essentially...

Who Knows One?

There is one infinite creator, the cause of causes and the maker of all. He is not one in a numerical sense -- since He is not subject to change,...