by Rabbi Josh Gerstein
In a few days’ time, Jews around the world will gather their children around the Seder table and recount the story of the Jewish people’s Exodus from the Land of Egypt.
Did you ever wonder why the Holiday of Passover is called “Passover”? Rabbi David Aaron explores the spiritual meaning behind the name of this holiday, and finds that the deepest theme is surprisingly, love.
By Rabbi Shlomo Riskin
Why does the author of the Haggada call the questioner in this sequence “the wicked child”? The reason that the Haggada itself emphasizes lies in the questioner’s exclusion of himself from the family ritual when he asks, “What is this service to you?” …