Chabad at Stanford
Wisdom Center
By: Rabbi Adin (Steinsaltz) Even-Yisrael

The start of a new year is universally seen as a good time to step back and look at our lives: For some ... Read More

By: Dr Norman Lamm

The following comments are inspired largely by the writings of the founders of the ChaBaD school of ... Read More

By: Heschel Greenberg

What is the common thread that runs through materialistic, secular ideologies and religious and mystical ... Read More

By: Susan Handelman

One of the most widely misunderstood concepts in the Torah are contained in the words tumah and ... Read More

By: Meir Soloveichik
In his classic Holocaust text, The Sunflower, Simon Wiesenthal recounts the following experience. As a ... Read More
By: The Rebbe

This, the mother of all questions, is addressed in turn by the various streams of Torah thought, each ... Read More

By: Meir Soloveichik

Of all the doctrines asserted by rabbinic Judaism, few are as surprising, or indeed as controversial, as ... Read More

By: David Aaron
Some people turn to G-d and religion, hoping to find refuge from all the turbulence of life, from doubt, from ... Read More
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