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This question is for Rabbi Becher. Rabbi, I watch you "religiously" on JBS and am very impressed with the breadth and depth of your knowledge. Today I watched your talk on "Making it easy for the thief". It was wonderful. Recently, I saw your discussion about "all Jews should be friends." I certainly agree because I think all people should be friends. I am a Reform Jew. The word "reform" means "to correct the faults of." We are working to correct the faults of (traditional) Judaism in order to create a Judaism that is attractive to modern, western educated people. Our first principle is that G-d did not give us the Torah. In fact, I am currently reading a book titled "Who wrote the Bible?" which I got from my cantor. She gave it to me after she and I studied in a Chevruta as part of observing the mitzvah of hearing the shofar during Elul. So, Rabbi, my question is "Do you still want to be my friend?" I am ready if you are! Shabbat shalom, Dave Mollen    

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Dear Rabbi Becher, Does Gateways plan to offer Torah Study courses, either online or in-person? If not, can you please suggest a few online or in-person courses in NYC or Australia? Many thanks. PS I'm enjoying your book "Gateway to Judaism".
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Hi, I was wondering if Gateways is an Orthodox organization and if Orthodox rabbis will be answering my questions.

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Hello, I remember when I attended Gateways years ago, (it was great!) the great Rabbi from England whose name escapes me at the moment told a parable about "aye, that be good, aye, that be bad" story. Where may I get a copy of that story, please? Thank you very much. Michael Rush