The Season of Repentance
Teacher Title תקציר Course
Harav Aharon Lichtenstein For the Sin of Neglect Holiday Packages
Harav Yehuda Amital A Treasury of Humility Holiday Packages
Rav Elyakim Krumbein Is Teshuva Easy or Hard? Pay attention to the following statement, as well as to your instinctive inner reaction to it: “Teshuva is really easy!” Holiday Packages
Harav Yehuda Amital The Lessons of Selichot The order of the Selichot service, in both Ashkenazi and Sefaradi communities, parallels the structure of the daily prayer service The Season of Repentance
Harav Aharon Lichtenstein Changing Paths - Not Just Deeds In listing the laws of teshuva, the Rambam divides the teshuva process into four parts: abandonment of the sin, confession, regret, and a resolution for the future. The Season of Repentance
Harav Mosheh Lichtenstein To Err is Human: The Human Element in Teshuva The Season of Repentance
Harav Yehuda Amital "Righteousness is Yours, O Lord, While Shame is Ours" The Season of Repentance
Harav Yehuda Amital Individual Repentance and National Repair The Season of Repentance
Harav Yehuda Amital "Purify our Hearts to Serve You in Truth" The Season of Repentance
Harav Yehuda Amital How Can We Speak and How Can We Justify Ourselves? The Season of Repentance
Harav Yehuda Amital "Needy and Destitute, We Knock at Your Door" The Season of Repentance
Prof. Yonatan Grossman Israel's Return and God's Return The Season of Repentance
Rav Alex Israel Teshuva: Two Dimensions of Return The Season of Repentance
Rav Avi Baumol Faith in the "Land of Life" The Season of Repentance
Rav Elchanan Samet The "Lord is My Light and My Salvation" - Psalm 27 The Season of Repentance
Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon "It is Very Near to You" - The Path of Return The Season of Repentance
Rav Binyamin Tabory Teshuva (Repentance) Is there a mitzva of teshuva? If so, what is its nature and when does it apply? This shiur explores a number of opinions in the Rishonim and Acharonim. The Weekly Mitzva
Harav Mosheh Lichtenstein Shabbat Shuva The haftara “Shuva Yisrael” depicts repentance stemming from trouble and distress, as opposed to “Dirshu Hashem be-himatze’o,” which presents a superior form of repentance. Why, then, is “Shuva Yisrael” read between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur? Themes and Ideas in the Haftora
Rav Amnon Bazak “Le-David Hashem Ori Ve-Yish’i” The psalmist begins mizmor 27 by expressing absolute faith and trust. But in the continuation, he seems to be seized with fear and doubt. What happened? I believe we can understand this if we read the mizmor as consisting not of two parts but of three.
Rav Tamir Granot Kingship and Remembrance in the Seventh Month Rosh Hashana is the day on which we declare that God is our King. Why does this day fall in the seventh month, and not the first? And how is our role on this day reflected in the special kingship verses inserted in our prayers?