Rosh Hashana
מרצה Title תקציר סידרה
Harav Yehuda Amital "Righteousness is Yours, O Lord, While Shame is Ours" The Season of Repentance
Rav Elchanan Samet The "Lord is My Light and My Salvation" - Psalm 27 The Season of Repentance
Harav Mosheh Lichtenstein To Err is Human: The Human Element in Teshuva The Season of Repentance
Harav Aharon Lichtenstein Adding "Ha-melekh Ha-kadosh" and "Ha-melekh Ha-mishpat" Prayer Topics in Halakha
Rav Yair Kahn Changes in Prayer During the Ten Days of Repentance Topics in Halakha
Harav Yehuda Amital Eating Before Tekiyot Topics in Halakha
Rav Yair Kahn The Relationship Between Shofar and Prayer Topics in Halakha
Rav Doniel Schreiber Defining the Mitzva of Shofar: How Many Sounds Must We Hear? Topics in Halakha
Rav Moshe Taragin Decorating the Shofar The mishna (26b) in Rosh Hashana describes the unique ceremony of blowing the shofar in the mikdash. Topics in Halakha
Rav Avraham Marcus Rosh Ha-shana on Shabbat Topics in Halakha
Rav Moshe Taragin Why is a Cracked Shofar Disqualified? Topics in Halakha
Rav Doniel Schreiber Defining the Mitzva of Shofar: To Blow or to Hear? Topics in Halakha
Rav Moshe Taragin A Shofar with a Hole The mishna in Rosh Hashana which lists the various physical deformities disqualifying a shofar includes the problem of a shofar which has a hole. Topics in Halakha
Rav Moshe Taragin A Shofar with a "Blemish" Topics in Halakha
Rav Shlomo Levy Prozbul Topics in Halakha
Rav David Brofsky The Mitzva of Shofar Blowing: Its Reason and Nature Topics in Halakha
Rav David Brofsky Physical Characteristics of the Shofar Topics in Halakha
Rav David Brofsky The Laws of the Shofar Topics in Halakha
Harav Mosheh Lichtenstein The Human Dimension of Shofar RH-YK. When we think about shofar blowing, we intutitively imagine a primal cry that breaches the boundaries of language and makes it unnecessary to spell out the message in clear-cut and precise terms. Topics in Halakha
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.
Harav Yehuda Amital “Remember Us with Favor” God forgets nothing. What, then, is the “favorable remembrance” that we ask for?

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