Noach
Teacher Title תקציר Course
Dr. Brachi Elitzur "This one shall comfort us for our work" The Story of the Flood and the Principle of Teshuva (Repentance) A major part of Parashat Noach is devoted to a description of the construction of the ark, its size and structure, the materials used to build it, and the animals brought inside it. Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Shimon Klein Boundaries in Sefer Bereishit Parshat Noach starts with a very harsh description: “And the earth was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence. And God looked upon the earth, and behold, it was corrupt, for all flesh had corrupted its way upon the earth. .... (Bereishit 6:11-13) Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yair Kahn Parashat Noach: The Brotherhood of Man Parashat Noach begins with the story of the Flood and continues with the episode of the Tower of Bavel, which led to the dispersion of mankind. The mishna in Sanhedrin (10:1) compares the two, stating that the members of both generation are denied a portion in the World to Come. Nevertheless, our Sages noted a sharp contrast between these two stories. Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rabbanit Sharon Rimon The Tower of Bavel Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yoel Bin-Nun Why is the Story of the Flood Doubled, Like the Story of Creation? In this shiur, we will discuss the significance of the Torah's dual presentation of the flood story, as reflected in the use of the names Elokim and the Tetragrammaton. We will demonstrate that the Torah's description further affirms the dual nature of the calendar (lunar-solar), and we will note how the dual presentation continues until the end of the story. Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Zeev Weitman Creation Anew Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Amnon Bazak The Rainbow Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Ezra Bick Unity and Individualism Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Harav Yaakov Medan "Then I Shall Bring Upon the Nations a Clear Language" Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Tamir Granot What Changed After the Flood? Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Prof. Yonatan Grossman Noach, the Dove, and the Raven Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Chanoch Waxman Survival and Revival - On the Righteousness of Noach Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Elchanan Samet Two Covenants to Preserve the World Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yitzchak Blau The Flood and Its Aftermath Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Elchanan Samet "And Man's Loftiness Will be Bowed:" Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yehuda Rock Consolation for the Land Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Gad Eldad “And We Shall Make for Ourselves a Name” – Why Not? The story of the Tower of Bavel is one of the great mysteries of the Torah. What was so terrible about the construction of this tower that God was led to thwart the plans of its builders? In this shiur, we will focus on the attempt to "make ourselves a name" and why this goal was deemed unacceptable. Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Motzaei Shabbat, October 29, 2016 Parashat Noach
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Sunday, 28 Tishrei 5777 - October 30, 2016 Parashat Noach
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Monday, 29 Tishrei 5777 - October 31, 2016 Parashat Noach
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Tuesday, I Rosh Chodesh, 30 Tishrei 5777 - November 1, 2016 Parashat Noach
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Wednesday, II Rosh Chodesh, 1 Cheshvan 5777 - November 2, 2016 Parashat Noach
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Thursday, 2 Cheshvan 5777 - November 3, 2016 Parashat Noach
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Friday, 3 Cheshvan 5777 - November 4, 2016 Parashat Noach
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Motzaei Shabbat, October 14, 2017 Parashat Noach

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