This time of year Millions of eyes are on one Jew: Jesus. While we Jews have no part in this, it is important that we ask ourselves why this man has fascinated the world as few people ever have, yet simultaneously has been totally rejected by the Jews. What can be learned from the tragic story of a man who is worshiped by many as a god but seen by the Jews as nearly an outcast?
There is nobody like our God! Who is like our God? Few prayers are more perplexing than the one called “Ein Keloh-enu.” This famous song-prayer is sung at the end of the morning prayer. But it makes little sense. In fact, it seems more than just odd. We first sing “Ein Keloh-enu” (There is nobody […]
This month Rabbi Cardozo will return to Limmud UK, to be held at the University of Warwick, from December 23 – 29, with over 3,000 participants in attendance. One of the most important international venues for Jewish education and learning, Limmud has again invited Rabbi Cardozo as a featured presenter at the conference. Rabbi Cardozo’s […]
The recent graduation commencement of the 2010/2011 Cardozo-Kagan Jewish Leadership Program, held at the IDC in Herzliya, honored the second class of CKJLP Fellows. As part of the ceremony, a symposium discussed “Can There Be a Future Where There is No Past? The Place of Judaism in Education in Israel.” Panelists Dr. Micha Goodman, Dr. […]
DCA Founder and Dean Rabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo will serve as Shavuot Scholar-in-Residence at Bnai David-Judea in Los Angeles, California, congregation of Rabbi Yosef Kanefsky, as well as speak at the Young Israel of North Beverly Hills, congregation of Rabbi Alan Kalinsky, and at several fundraising events in the Los Angeles area. Rabbi Cardozo recently served […]