Sermons: Rabbi Feinstein
A famous story told by the Hasidic master, Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav.
You won’t find this holiday in the Torah. If you look into the book of Numbers, this is all you’ll find: The first day of the seventh month will be yom truah, shofar-blowing day.
There is a new conversation beginning to be heard in the American Jewish community. You need to be part of it.
This is the first holiday in 45 years that Rabbi Harold Schulweis will not be on the bima. In his memory we offer this sermon.
Rabbi Ed Feinstein talks in detail about Shaare Tikva and OurSpace, as well as the incredible children and adults that participate in this wonderful program. and help it to flourish.
In Israel, they call it "ha-matzav" -- The Situation -- a condition of anguish which is neither war nor peace. What American Jews can do to contribute to the debate on Israel's character and purpose. Yom Kippur, 2001
The whole world is wrong and Israel is right. We will not apologize for doing what's right -- for defending our children and their dreams from murderers. Milken Community Center, April 16, 2002
Rabbi Ed Feinstein discussing the importance of Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The state of Israel lives at the heart of our Jewish lives. Israel is the fulfillment of our two-thousand year old Jewish dream; it is the refuge for our people around the world; it is our homeland and heartland. But Israel is vulnerable.