Chabad at Stanford
Wisdom Center
By: Rabbi Dov Greenberg
Over three thousand years ago, the Israelites were liberated from Egypt. Ever since, at this time of year, we ... Read More
By: Joseph Telushkin

At the beginning of the Common Era, a new group arose among the Jews: the Zealots (in Hebrew, Ka-na-im). ... Read More

By: Shlomo Riskin
Even an arch rationalist like the premier legalist-philosopher Maimonides defines the sanctity of Jerusalem ... Read More
By: Jacob S. Lempel

Three great Chassidic leaders were famous for their ahavat yisrael ("love of a fellow Jew"): Rabbi Zusha ... Read More

By: Roman A. Foxbrunner

The teachings of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi (1745-1813) have had a major impact on Jewish life ... Read More

By: Khana Feygl Abraham

Yiddish is a quintessentially Jewish language. As linguists have shown time and time again, it is not ... Read More

By: Ben Zion Bokser

In the year 1584, on the Sabbath between the New Year and the Day of Atonement, which is celebrated as the ... Read More

By: Elliot Wachman
Throughout history, there have been a number of thinkers whose influence over the generations that succeeded ... Read More
1 2 3 4 >