12 tribes of Israel

Return to Our Roots

by Rabbi Frank Lowinger on November 2nd, 2018 in CBH Blog

The massacre of 11 Jewish people in a Pittsburgh synagogue, to my recollection may well be the first time in the history of this great land when Jews were murdered just for being Jews. On Sunday evening I attended a community wide memorial service at Temple Beth Zedek to join with others as we collectively mourned.  The words of the attending Rabbis were wonderful, comforting and unifying; not so for the Christian ministers who spoke. Without having to mention President Trump, and in sync with prevailing media reports; they subtly blamed this tragedy on the President’s “rhetoric,” bringing applause from […]

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Principles & Principled

by Administrator on April 1st, 2016 in CBH Blog

The Talmud, in Tamid 32a asks:  Who is wise?  One who foresees the consequences of his actions.  This teaching suggests that we should make every effort to contemplate and consider the results of the actions we take or neglect to take. The race for the White House has produced much consternation across the broad spectrum of the American political landscape.  Should the current front runners of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton prevail – Americans will face the dubious dilemma of having to choose who in their estimation is the lesser of two evils. There is little doubt that liberals and […]

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