Vaetchanan
Teacher Title Abstract Course
Prof. Yonatan Grossman The Ten "Dibrot" Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Shimon Klein Parashat Va'etchanan: “Hear O Israel” In this week's parasha, we find the parasha of Shema. What is the meaning of our declaration that "the Lord our God, the Lord is One"? And what is the connection between this statement and the subsequent command to love God? Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yitzchak Blau The Oral Law and the Two Versions of Ten Commandments Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Alex Israel Idolatry Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Amnon Bazak God's Voice Speaking from Amidst the Fire Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yoel Bin-Nun "'Zakhor' And 'Shamor' Were Uttered As One Word" Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Elchanan Samet Material Wealth and Its Dangers Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Elchanan Samet Recalling the Revelation at Sinai Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Mordechai Sabato Differences between the First and Second Appearences of the "Ten Commandments" Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yehuda Rock Love of God and Torah Study Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yaacov Steinman Hope and Defeat - Moshe's Supplication Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yair Kahn Remembering Sinai Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Tamir Granot Remembrance of the Revelation at Mount Sinai in Moshe's Speech What is new here in Moshe Rabbeinu's speech, what did he stress and emphasize, what did he add and what did he omit, in relation to the original account in the book of Shemot, that is meaningful for all generations? Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav Yoel Bin-Nun The Ten Commandments: Twelve Prohibitions In this shiur, we will analyze the differences between the Ten Commandments as they appear in our parasha and their original iteration in Parashat Yitro. As we shall see, the key number is in fact not ten, but twelve, two sets of six prohibitions. We will also focus on the unique understanding of Shabbat in this new formulation of the Fourth Commandment, connecting the cessation of work every seventh day to the Exodus and to the Torah's basic belief in human equality and freedom. Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Prof. Yonatan Grossman “The Revelation at Mount Sinai and its Significance in the Book of Devarim Moshe opens his grand oration regarding the mitzvot with a lengthy description of the revelation at Mount Sinai.This lengthy account of the revelation is very significant because Moshe could just as well have described the event in a few sentences, but nevertheless decided to relate the story extensively. In this shiur, we fill focus on the fact that the revelation at Mount Sinai opens Moshe's oration concerning the mitzvot and the fact that the revelation is described at such great length. Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rabbanit Sharon Rimon Closeness to and Fear of God Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Reading
Rav David Silverberg S.A.L.T. - Parashat Vaetchanan 5776 / 2016
Rav David Silverberg S.A.L.T. - Parashat Vaetchanan Parashat Vaetchanan 5777 / 2017
Rav David Silverberg S.A.L.T. - Parashat Vaetchanan Parashat Vaetchanan 5778 / 2018
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Motzaei Shabbat, August 13, 2016 Parashat Vaetchanan
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Sunday, 10 Av 5776 - August 14, 2016 Parashat Vaetchanan
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Monday, 11 Av 5776 - August 15, 2016 Parashat Vaetchanan
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Tuesday, 12 Av 5776 - August 16, 2016 Parashat Vaetchanan
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Tuesday, 12 Av 5776 - August 16, 2016 Parashat Vaetchanan
Rav David Silverberg SALT - Wednesday, 13 Av 5776 - August 17, 2017 Parashat Vaetchanan

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