Why do we introduce the holiest day of the year with the seemingly trivial Kol Nidrei prayer? What understanding emerges from the primary sources? What can we learn from this dramatic, yet enigmatic aspect of our liturgy?
A conceptual analysis of a fascinating Suggayh, shedding fundamental light on the notion and systems of time in Halachah. For those who thought that the halachik day begins at night- think again (or listen to the shiur)!
There are unfortunately those today who deny that their is significance to the existence of the State of Israel from the perspective of Torah. We will see that this claim ignores numerous Halachik sources (as well as other sources in Torah litterature).
The book of Yonah appears to be extremely bizarre and enigmatic. In this shiur we will shed light B"H on Yonah the person and this fascinating sefer that deals with his story.
An analysis of the conceptual underpinnings of the halachah of Eruv Tavshilin, based on a careful reading of the primary texts.
Discover what the Rambam views as one of the gravest of sins. The answer may surprise- and uplift- you.
Two religious personality types and the differences between them.
We've often heard that Shabbat is holier than Yom Kippur- is this true or false?
Kohelet is one of the most enigmatic- yet critical- of the books of Tanach. In this series, we will see what it has to teach us about life, Man and God, and learning Tanach.
An analysis of many key concepts and definitions relating to the cheftza of the Sukkah.