A series of fascinating reasons culled from more than 2 millennia of Jewish scholarship.
By Yehuda Shurpin
The problem with rabbis is you always talk about the Jewish future, Jewish continuity, Jews marrying Jews. What about the rest of humanity?
By Aron Moss
The Torah discusses two categories of holy animals which must be offered in the Temple
By Menachem Feldman
Are converts looked down upon in Judaism?
By Yossy Goldman
Torah study is the only instance where labor without achievement is rewarded.
By Lazer Gurkow
Every created entity has a spark of G-dliness within it, a pinpoint of divinity that constitutes its soul. When we utilize something to serve the Creator, we penetrate its shell of mundanity, revealing and realizing its divine essence. Thus we elevate these "sparks", reuniting them with their Source.
The "Ari", Rabbi Isaac Luria