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Alei Etzion 16: Table of Contents

Harav Aharon Lichtenstein
17.05.2016

 

 

עלי עציון

alei  etzion

A Torah Periodical of Yeshivat Har Etzion

Volume 16 / Iyar 5769

SPECIAL ISSUE
IN HONOR OF HARAV AHARON LICHTENSTEIN

Rav Reuven Ziegler, Editor

Rav Naftali Balanson and Rav Yoseif Bloch, Assistant Editors

When residents of Gush Etzion were forced in 1948 to abandon the area, they gazed from afar at the remaining oak tree as a symbol of faith and hope for the future.  Yeshivat Har Etzion and Alon Shevut, the settlement which grew around it (literally, the Oak of Return), continue to draw inspiration from this steadfast tree.  Like the tree, which stands firmly rooted while the wind carries its leaves in all directions, the Yeshiva flourishes within while spreading Torah without.  The name Alei Etzion (Leaves of Etzion) symbolizes our commitment to the development of Torah scholarship, and to its dissemination throughout the Jewish world. 

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Dedicated by

 

Rachel, Allen ('79-'80), Elie ('05-'07), Nava and Yosie Friedman

to

Moreinu ve-Rabbeinu Ha-Rav Aharon Lichtenstein

 
and to the future of thinking Torah-true Judaism
he has done so much to secure

לזכר נשמות

הרב ברוך מאיר בן הרב גדליהו אהרן ורעייתו טובה גיטל בת הרב יוסף דוד

חנה בת יעקב ודבורה

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

 

Halakha

The Responsibilities of the Recipient of Charity (7)

Kofin al Middat Sedom: Compulsory Altruism? (31)

Does Involvement in Torah Study

    Exempt One from Mitzvot? (71)

Sichot

Yosef’s Tears (109)

“The Woods are Lovely, Dark and Deep”

    – Reading a Poem by Robert Frost (129)

Kallot va-Chamurot”:

    Gradation of Sins in Repentance (135)

Jerusalem: Between Holiness and Purity (155)

“Is This Not a Brand Plucked from the Fire?”

    – Confronting the Aftermath of the Holocaust (165)

Bibliography

Torat Chesed:

    The Writings of Harav Aharon Lichtenstein (175)

 

 

 

 

 

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