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Zionism as a prerequisite for Talmud Torah

We explore the realtionship between our connection to Eretz Yisrael and our connection to the Torah. Is it possible to be a real Talmid Chacham without being a Zionist? This shiur examines these critical  issues.

Brichot Hashachar: a perspective on life

We begin our day with a series of berachot. They have the potential of setting the tone for how we approach life.In this shiur, we discover how.

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.

Birchot Hatorah: Their meaning and the perspective they provide for Talmud Torah

An investigation into the meaning and message of Birchot Hatorah; providing insight into Talmud Torah.

Can Issues of Machshavah and Hashkafah be Paskened?

One of the common claims today is that philosophical- theological debates are resolved by means of a pesak. We examine the validity of this approach.

Emunat Chachamim- what it means and what it doesn't mean

Emunat Chachamim is a concept that is misused and abused extensively in our times. A look at what it really means- and what it doesn’t.

The Struggle

A crucial perspective on the place of the struggle and process in avodat Hashem.

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.

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.

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