- Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo
- Rabbi Yehoshua Friedman
- Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh
- Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
- Jeremy Gimpel & Ari Abramowitz
- Daniel Nakonechny
- Rabbi Chaim Richman
- Rav Yoel Schwartz
- Rabbi Avraham Sutton
- Rabbi Avraham Arieh & Rachel Trugman
- Rabbi Pinchas Winston
- Miriam ben Yaakov
- Ashirah Yosefah
Shuvoo's Articles pages will present writers from a wide spectrum of Spiritual thought. Most contributors have spent considerable time steeped in ancient wisdoms, and contemporary spiritual matters. The writers we wish to present will have a vision. That vision is the unsuppressed, unhindered light denied to the public at large over the last two millennium - the true light from Sinai, the light that the Nation of Israel experienced collectively prior to the existence of contemporary religion, as it is known today.
We will return to the source of light.
The urgency to provide the public with a clearer understanding is an obligation on us personally, and all those with a compassionate heart. These teachings can no longer remain hidden. It is an obligation upon every human being to add Holiness to the World, to once and for all expel the darkness that has consumed us. We must prepare ourselves now and for the future, so that when the moment arrives that we can point our fingers and say 'This is our G-d', we will be in a place spiritually to receive the light without fear nor confusion.
One cannot understand Islam without understanding Christianity. one cannot understand Christianity without understanding Judaism. One cannot understand Judaism without understanding the revelation of Sinai. One cannot understand Sinai without understanding the Father of Monotheism, Avraham. One cannot understand Avraham without understanding Noah. One cannot understand Noah without understanding Adam. One cannot understand Adam without understanding the Divine intent. And finally, one cannot understand any of these things without a humble heart. Shuvoo will make every effort to bring you thinkers with humble hearts.