Why do we use humor to make awkward situations more comfortable?
Why are people drawn to things they know they shouldn't do?
What kind of service do you think the kids in "Bonanza City" should opt for?
Why is it such a strong human desire to belong to a group?
Why do so many Jews attend synagogue specifically on Yom Kippur?
Why does society care so much about what celebrities have to say?
Does modern "equality" mean the death of chivalry?
Is it good or bad for the Jews to have someone who is so outwardly religious involved in secular culture?
What universal lessons do you think the Holocaust teaches?
Can laugher help bring peace?
How do we teach children to be independent thinkers without promoting false values?
Where would the world be if the Jewish People had given up so easily?
Do you think people today spend too much time working?
Why have the Jewish people sacrificed so much for the Torah over the ages?
Why doesn't Judaism encourage proselytization?
Does being Jewish ever feel like you are an "alien"?
Do our actions affect how people judge the entire Jewish People? Is that fair?
Classic Cinema: In the midst of this humorous chase scene, why does a hammy Jewish comedian spit a ham sandwich out of his mouth? And why was this scene even inserted in the first place?
Do you think there are too many Holocaust films?
Can this relationship succeed or is it doomed to failure?
Does your Passover seder look like this?
Has the true meaning behind Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebrations gotten lost in translation?