Ritual Offerings: For the AAPI Community

As we move out of the book of Exodus (Shemot) and into the book of Leviticus (Vayikra), the seemingly archaic laws of korbanot, or animal sacrifices are brought to the forefront. While many of us would like to believe that we are far-removed from the seeming barbarism of much of the content of Leviticus, theContinue reading “Ritual Offerings: For the AAPI Community”

Save a Corner

This week’s parshah, Kedoshim, is possibly one of the most significant in the Torah. Not only does this parshah signify the middle section of the Book of Leviticus, but it is also considered by some to be the “heart” of the entire Torah, Pentateuch, or Five Books of Moses. In this parshah, we are remindedContinue reading “Save a Corner”