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We as Lapids need to Do More to reach out to this Generation Religious identification in the U.S. has been ​dropping​ over the last few generations. And while there are no solid numbers regarding Gen Z’s religiousness at this point, Pew Research ​found that more than a third of young Millennials in the U.S. identify as having no religion. Despite that trend, Gen Z respondents showed a belief that it’s important to be spiritually fulfilled and an interest in looking for guidance. 60% said they are searching for spirituality outside of organized religion, while 87% said that taking care of their soul is important to them.

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Sefardi Beit Sefer

G-d Striking Back, Part II

Chapter 5, Mishna 11(b)

By Rabbi Dovid Rosenfeld

“Pestilence comes to the world for death penalties mentioned in the Torah which are not in the hands of the courts [to administer] and for [the forbidden use of] Sabbatical year produce. The sword comes to the world for the delay of justice, the perversion of justice, and for those who expound the Torah not in accordance with Jewish law. Wild beasts come to the world for false oaths and the desecration of G-d’s Name. Exile comes to the world for idolatry, adultery, murder, and the working of the earth on the Sabbatical year.”

Last week we began discussing the punishment of pestilence. We raised the issue of how a G-d of infinite justice could wield a rod of chastisement such as pestilence. Don’t plagues strike entire populations — sweeping away the innocent together with the guilty?

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