Interfaith dialog is one of the parts of active navy duty I miss the most. Learning how Christians of different denomination interpret the Bible fascinates me. Enlightening my colleagues and fellow service members with the Jewish interpretation of Scripture is gratifying. While examining the similarities between the legalistic nature of Judaism and Islam intrigue me.
Do you have a question about a part of Scripture? Would you like to get the Jewish interpretation? Each week I discuss a portion of the Torah (the first five books of the Bible) known as a parsha or sedra. I call these posts Parsha Nuggets. So if you submit a question I'll answer it. Watch my Facebook page or Twitter feed to find out what section is coming up soon. Then post a comment here by clicking on the link. Include your name and a link to your blog if you would like me to mention them.
If you have a question about the Prophets (Neviim) or Writings (Kesuvim) or a Jewish holiday or practice post a comment too. Undoubtedly others are curious too.
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