Learn about Noah's ark in this edition of Torah for Tweens.
In this section of Torah for Tweens, learn about two of the most well known and retold stories of the Bible: Noah and the Ark, and the Tower of Babel
Discover why Noah walked with God in this guide for tweens.
Why did God create a rainbow after the flood? Find out in this special torah guide for tweens.
Learn about the Tower of Babble in this guide made just for tweens and their families.
Explore this week’s Torah portion, Noach, with “Family Shabbat Table Talk” lessons, perfect for families with tweens.
Do you believe in second chances? According to the Torah, God does.
We are headed into uncharted territory. There is no road map to take us into the future.
Parashat Ki Teitzei includes a rich and varied collection of directives that serve as a partial blueprint for behaviors and norms to create the emerging covenantal culture.
"You must not remain indifferent" (Deuteronomy 22:3) is a phrase found in this week's parashah. In the context of Torah, this principle refers to returning livestock, as well as any other
The wording of the verse gives rise to this debate. The text states that “Noah was a righteous man,” but immediately follows with the phrase “in his generation, he was above reproach. . . ” All of us, including the ancient Rabbis, are left to wonder if Noah is exceptional or not, if his righteousness would be universally righteous or simply righteous in his time.
In the Bible, much of the legislation transmitted by God to Israel is reassuringly unambiguous.
A basic premise of the Jewish interpretative tradition is that everything in-and of-Torah has significance.