Rabbi Dr. Sholom Gold

Chukat: His footsteps in the sand

Watch one of Israel's most famous Anglo Torah world personalities discuss the Torah Reading from a unique point of view., 6/22/2018, 8:11 AM

Korach: An anatomy of betrayal

For 40 years the rabbi has been trying to understand two biblical figures, Datan and Aviram, whose behavior seems inexplicable. Listen to his insights., 6/15/2018, 11:47 AM

The antidote to the Meraglim

One who collects samples of the virtues of the land is like someone collecting dewdrops for the ocean. And the story of a tomato., 6/8/2018, 3:12 PM

Freedom of Speech - not at any price

Listen and watch Rabbi Gold's insights into Parashat Hashavua - Beha'alotcha., 5/31/2018, 2:49 PM

Shimshon, a lesson for all time

The laws of a Nazarite in this week's reading are one reason the Haftorah is about Shimshon (Samson) the Nazarite, but the connection is much deeper than a simple comparison., 5/22/2018, 11:56 PM

Berlin, no. Yerushalayim, yes.

Rabbi Gold's lecture for Bechukotai: What happened when Rabbi Gold was stranded in Germany. Why wasn't Germany treated like Spain? How did the Rambam live in Egypt if the Torah says not to?, 5/11/2018, 12:13 AM

The Parasha with Rabbi Gold: Insights into Bitachon

One of Anglo Israel's most beloved and popular rabbis in his weeklly parasha lecture at the Israel Center., 5/3/2018, 8:54 PM

Kiddush Hashem during wartime

In Parshat Emor, we are commanded to sanctify G-d's Name. When Israel suffers, that is the desecration of His Name. What does that signify in recent history?, 4/24/2018, 11:35 PM

For Memorial Day: Rabbi Akiva's students - Saints or Sinners?

Why is there a national period of mourning, Sefirat Haomer, for sinners? What is the Judge of the universe telling us?, 4/17/2018, 11:14 PM

G-d, too, craves approval

Will we still mention the Exodus once we are in the period of Redemption? , 3/24/2018, 9:30 PM

Was Mordechai a Zionist?

A fresh perspective on Mordechai the Jew., 3/4/2018, 6:01 AM

One Comment on Rabbi Lichtenstein's Letter

This is Torah and I am obliged to learn it. I do not understand what connection there is between Rabbi Soloveichik's words, which were said thirty years ago, and our situation today. , 8/30/2005, 1:16 PM