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The meaning of Kabbalat Hatorah

An examination of the concept of Kabbalat Hatorah and a re-evaluation of the meaning of some well known midreshei Chazal.

An Analysis of Eruv Tavshilin

An analysis of the conceptual underpinnings of the halachah of Eruv Tavshilin, based on a careful reading of the primary texts.

Why celebrate Shavuot?

Ostensibly, Shavuot makes no sense: Didn't we lose, through the sin of the golden calf, what we gained at Sinai? What is there to celebrate. This shiur clarifies the meaning and challenge of Shavuot, shedding light on the beautiful meaning and message of this chag.

The difference between Rut and Iyov: a perspective on adversity.

A seemingly strange gemarah about Rut and Iyov yields a beautiful and crucial perspective on adversity and life.

The Obligation of Women in Sefirat HaOmer

An analysis of the differing understandings of the Rishonim of mitzvat asseh shehazman geramah as well as the mitzvah of sefirat haomer, and the ramifications for the question of whether or not women are obligated in this halachah.

Yom Tov Sheni; an extra day of holiness- true or false

Many people view Yom Tov Sheni as an added opportunity for holiness- they might be suprised to find out what CHazal have to say about the topic, and what it teaches us about Chutz LaAretz!

Rashbi and his son- a deeper look at a famous story

An in-depth examination of the famous story of Rashbi and his son in the cave, its deeper meaning and lessons.

The Gravest Sin

Discover what the Rambam views as one of the gravest of sins. The answer may surprise- and uplift- you.

Yishayahu 58- Taanit and Shabat

One of the most famous haftarot, this section of Yishayahu is central to the message of the Sefer and the meaning of fasts, Shabbat and much more…

Ahavah and Yirah- a deeper and broader look

Two religious personality types and the differences between them.

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