Sinai for Non-Jews

What makes the giving of the Torah so universally relevant and necessary?

The Ten Commandments

The experience of synesthesia, where the Jews at Mount Sinai actually saw sounds.

Tablets for Living

Comparing the two tablets: one containing obligations toward God, the other obligations toward people.

Unity at Sinai

When the Jewish people stood at Mount Sinai, the entire nation was unified. The lesson is clear for us today.

Boundary of Fear and Love

God told the Jewish people to put a boundary around Sinai. Much more than a white picket fence, this actually represents a deep spiritual concept.

We Will Do and We Will Hear

If the Jews gathered at Mount Sinai were eager to receive the Torah, why the need for Divine coercion?

Rediscovering the Revelation

A thousand years after Sinai, the Jews reaffirmed their commitment to Torah. Why two acceptances?

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