Ricochet is the best place on the internet to discuss the issues of the day, either through commenting on posts or writing your own for our active and dynamic community in a fully moderated environment. In addition, the Ricochet Audio Network offers over 50 original podcasts with new episodes released every day.
The Torah seems to use numbers as symbolic representations: 7 is the number of creation and the natural world, 8 is the number connecting man and the divine, etc. So what does the number 4 stand for? It is found quite a few places, but perhaps there is a common theme? Consider: It rained for […]
This is a members-only post on Ricochet's Member Feed. Want to read it? Join Ricochet’s community of conservatives and be part of the conversation. Join Ricochet for Free.