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Faith and Ethics

“If I Perish”

In an article for Tetzaveh (Zachor), 5773, Rabbi Cherki sees the story of Purim as a transfer of authority from Israel to the other nations for the era of the exile. Read More »

The Angel

In an article for Mishpatim, 5773, Rabbi Cherki discusses the difference between the angel mentioned in this week’s Torah portion and the one described after the sin of the Golden Calf. Read More »

Manna: What is it?

In an article for Beshalach, 5773, Rabbi Cherki explains that the manna was able to demonstrate the instinctive nature of the Children of Israel to do good if the evil inclination did not interfere. Read More »

The Plagues

In an article for Va’eira, 5773, Rabbi Cherki explains that the Ten Plagues showed Pharaoh that G-d is the master of the world and therefore the Divine command to free the slaves and let them take charge of human history was justified. Read More »

Dreams

In an article for Mikeitz, 5773, Rabbi Cherki explains why the Egyptians could not understand Pharaoh’s dreams and only Joseph could. Read More »