Faith & Trust
Parshat Vayishlach - The Quinona Miracle
Marriage on the Rocks
What Does Science Think About G-d?
Is science advancing towards the discovery of G-d? And what did the greatest scientists state about a Diety? Simple logic faces off with atheism in this article on Science and G-d
10 Proofs That G-d Loves You Despite Giving You Tribulations
"If there is a good and loving G-d, then why is there suffering in the world?" Some have used this question as an excuse for their apostasy, but there is no logical connection between believing in G-d’s existence and understanding His actions; those who study harmful bacteria or mosquitoes admit the great genius inherent in how they work, despite the harm they cause
God vs. gods - How Did Idol Worship Begin?
In this eye-opening video, based on the works of Maimonides (Rambam), Rabbi Botton delves into the history and origins of early Idolatry, answering many of the questions surrounding this complex topic.
Parshat Shoftim - Seeing and Seeming
Things aren't always the way they seem. The Torah's spiritual eyes reveal to us truths invisible to the human eye
Learn How to Really Trust in God
There are 2 thoughts that a person must embrace in order to acquire real Trust in God. Brought to you by Drops of Light
Parshat Eikev - Facebook Confession
In this short video based on the weekly Torah portion Eikev, Rabbi Sinclair explores the effects of the iPhone and other WMD (Weapons of Mass Distraction) on our relationship with G-d and our fellow human beings
The Joy of Pain
In this short clip, Rabbi Meyer Yedid discusses this sensitive paradox.
An Optimistic Approach to Life - Rabbi Dov Greenberg
Life can be so difficult at times, every day comes along with its unique challenges. Rabbi Dov Greenberg offers an optimistic approach to overcome the struggles of life
Man’s Real “Free Choice” in this World – In Two Words
How can man possibly make the wrong choice? How does free will work?
Emunah in Action
What does it mean to have faith in G-d? In this short clip learn about the true reality of faith & trust according to Judaism