Congregation Beth El–Keser Israel

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    …me, due to disease. (See Rambam, Hilkhot Issurei Bi’a 16:9; Shulhan Arukh E.H. 5:10.) In halakha (Jewish jurisprudence) this law is understood to apply to Jews, but has no bearing on those not under the jurisdiction of Jewish law. As far as Jewish law is concerned, you are free to undergo that procedure if you wish, as long as the surgeon is not a Jew. Were you Jewish it would be difficult to find a basis for permitting the procedure. Other than a…

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    …Hanukat HaBayit LeDavid https://www.beki.org/wp-content/uploads/PdZ-Weekday-1-of-3.mp3 Pesuqei deZimra – Weekday – Part 2 – Yehi Khavod https://www.beki.org/wp-content/uploads/PdZ-Weekday-2-of-3.mp3 Pesuqei deZimra – Weekday – Part 3 – Barukh Adonai Le`Olam https://www.beki.org/wp-content/uploads/PdZ-Weekday-3-of-3.mp3   Rosh Hodesh & Festival Pesuqei deZimra — Psalms & Poetry of Praise Pesuqei deZimra – Shabbat & Festival Additions – Part 1 https…

  • Motifs of Nonviolence in Shivhei HaBesht (Tales of the Ba’al Shem Tov)
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    …y, pp. 68-69. 10. Ben-Amos & Mintz, Tale 238; Horodezky, pp. 162-163. 11. E.g. Ben-Amos & Mintz, Tale 32; Horodezky, p. 119-121. 12. Ben-Amos & Mintz, Tale 12; Horodezky, p. 48. 13. Ben-Amos & Mintz, Talke 43; Horodezky, pp. 107-108. 14. Ben-Amos & Mintz, Tale 158; Horodezky, p. 144. 15. Ben-Amos & Mintz, Tale 87; Horodezky, pp. 117-118. 16. Ben-Amos & Mintz, Tale 201; Horodezky, p. 65. 17. Ben-Amos & Mintz, Tale 21; Horodezky, p. 127. 18. Ben-Amo…

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    …ve working member of the Friends of the Woodbridge Library, she earned an M.A. and Ph.D. in English and worked professionally as a book editor. She was also a longtime member of Congregation Beth El-Keser Israel’s (BEKI) board. BEKI Kids and Families Connect in Creative Ways, jewishnewhaven.org, February 25, 2021 Over this long winter, as many of the pandemic-safe methods that communities used to stay connected in warmer weather have not been avai…

  • Domestic Violence in Classical Halakhic Sources
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    …bassembly@jtsa.edu). Moral Judgments The Talmud Bavli (edited 8th century C.E.) contains numerous admonishments and recommendations pertaining to a husband’s relations to his wife: “A man should not project excessive fear in his household” (Gittin 6b); “Rabbi Helbo said: A man should always be careful in respecting his wife, for any blessing found in his home is only on account of her, as Scripture states: ‘And because of her [Sarai] it went well…

  • Cross Dressing and Deuteronomy 22:5
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    …en’s items,” Rabbi Eliezer ben Jacob, quoted in the Talmud (edited c. 800 C.E.), says, “What is the proof that a woman may not go forth with weapons to war?” He then cites our verse, which he reads this way: “A warrior’s gear may not be put on a woman” (B. Naz. 59a). He reads kli gever as the homograph kli gibbor, meaning a “warrior’s gear.” This same understanding is followed by Midrash Mishlei (Proverbs) which contends that the Biblical characte…

  • Sweetening the Bitter Water: Parashat Naso 5764
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    …’s wife thinks out loud about adultery, in a scene recorded at Genesis 39:7-9. His master’s wife cast eyes upon Yosef and said, “Lie with me.” And Yosef said, “Since you are his wife how then could I do this wicked thing and sin before God!” All of these references are in agreement. They are all stated by men questioning their own behavior and not the behavior of women! Adultery, even in a polygamous world, is a crime. It happens when a man has re…

  • Will the “Real” Judaism Please Stand Up?
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    woman does not read in public because of the honor of the congregation” (O.H. 282:3). In other words, basing itself on earlier law codes going back 2,000 years, the Shulhan Arukh apparently says women could read Torah, but we don’t allow it because of the “honor of the congregation.” What has happened in this century is our sages — the real Conservative scholars — looked at that question again, as had every generation before them, and looked at w…

  • Rabbi’s Annual Report June 2013
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    the figures below. Last year, a record twenty-five new membership units (a.k.a. families) joined; this year, we set a new record with twenty-seven new units. (We also lost 17 families, which is less than last year, the majority through death or relocation.) We also set a new record for net growth with ten new units. About eighty-seven percent (87%) of our adult members (including spouses) joined the congregation in 1993 or later; stated different…

  • Please Knock Loudly Do Not Ring Bell
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    …in, readers are invited to submit their opinions, responses and questions on any matters of concern. Please address your letter to the Bulletin Editor at the shul address or via the internet to me at jjtilsen@beki.org. Unless otherwise requested by the writers, letters may be printed in the Bulletin at the discretion of the editors. Let your voice be heard. And if all else fails, Knock Loudly. © Jon-Jay Tilsen…