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27.12.2016 17:02    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: torah  shabbat  parsha  genesis  miketz  yair  barkai  
Relations between siblings, as reflected in Genesis, can be described as an ellipse with its two foci being the following two verses:
 
13.12.2016 16:21    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: torah  shabbat  parshat hashavua  genesis  vayishlach  
Malbim discovered an important rule for understanding Scripture when he distinguished
 
01.11.2016 16:30    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: torah  shabbat  parsha  hashavua  genesis  noah  
Parashat Noah tells the story of the flood. Because of the immoral behavior of mankind, the Holy One, blessed be He,
 
08.03.2016 18:56    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: torah  shabbat  parshat  hashavua)  exodus  pikudei  
Great commentators, thinkers, and scholars[1] have dealt with the passages
 
06.01.2016 11:39    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: parsha  torah  exodus  vaera  dr. amos bardea  
The concept of a “mighty hand,” which appears repeatedly in the Torah in the context of the plagues against Egypt
 
15.12.2015 17:12    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: torah  shabbat  parshat  hashavua  genesis  vayigash  
So Joseph settled his father and his brothers, giving them holdings in the choicest
 
08.12.2015 11:50    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: torah  shabbat  parshat  genesis  miketz  
Relations between siblings, as reflected in Genesis, can be described as an ellipse with its two foci being the following two verses:
 
01.12.2015 17:23    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: torah  shabbat  parshah  genesis  vayeshev >  
Parashat Va-Yeshev introduces the great drama of Joseph and his brothers.
 
09.09.2015 09:56    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: scriptures torah shabbat parshat  nitzavim  
This week’s reading contains a perplexing statement regarding someone who has turned to idolatry yet thinks that the Holy One, blessed be He, will not punish him:
 
01.09.2015 12:51    Comments: 0    Categories: Weekly Parashah      Tags: scriptures torah shabbat parshat  ki tavo  
At the end of this week’s reading, the Torah summarizes Moses’ orations, emphasizing that another covenant was made between the Holy One,
 
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