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Can People Change?

Most people never really change. Sad, but true. Some people never even try. But those of us who do try often experience great frustration and...

Touring Creation

"Let us make man in our image, after our likeness, and they shall rule over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the heaven and over the animals and...

Why do Jews consider Tuesday to be a lucky day?

“Lucky” is not really the correct terminology, since Jews believe in Divine Providence, not luck. Perhaps auspicious would be better. The...

What does G-d want me to do with my life?

Rabbi Yossi Turk: Bienvenidos Welcome. Un minuto ya lo atiendo. I'll be with you in a moment...mickey_mouse: himickey_mouse: could you answer this...

In the Beginning God Created Nothing

There is a saying that we do not know who discovered water, but it was certainly not the fish. If so, it is difficult to imagine how humankind discovered...

What does G-d want?

The Short Answer: G-d created a world for you, so that you can create a home for Him.  The Askmoses Answer: What is the natural order and why did G-d...

Did G-d create evil?

Rabbi Gurkow: Welcome to the Rabbi's one on one chat room, how can I help you today? Floreen: did god create evil? Floreen: is there anything in the...

When were the angels created?

The Midrash brings two opinions as to the date when the angels were created: One opinion maintains that the angels were created on the second day of...

Life expectancy before the flood and after, creation and evolution.

Rabbi Latowicz: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...Melinda: Are ages in the Bible to be taken literally? Melinda: People don't live as...

How can you say the world is only 5000 to 6000 years old?

Rabbi Freeman: How can I help you? Puzzled: The Torah says the world is only 5764 years old.1 What about the dinosaur fossils? Rabbi Freeman: Yeah, my...