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A Torah scroll does not have any pictures, punctuation, or even vowels. But its words form images in our minds, images that become iconic even while their meaning or origin are not widely understood. Take, for example, the Menorah. This is a holy artifact from the Temple, and it was the centerpiece of Titus’ triumphant […]
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