Bechukotai 2022

This week Tim Pell and Grant discuss parsha Bechukotai. Much of the discussion is centered on the word often translated as “contrary” in Lev. 26:21, the Hebrew word “keri,” which is perhaps better translated “indifference.” Other topics include the idea of “chokim,” creating a home for God, and insights regarding reward and punishment. Video:  Vimeo […]

May 26, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Acharei Mot 2022

After five chapters have elapsed from the deaths of Nadav and Avihu, curiously, the text snaps back to what God told Moses after that tragedy. Why insert these five chapters into the narrative? In discussing this question, we dip into the topic of “chukot,” commandments that evade our understanding. Later in the teaching we look […]

April 28, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Beshalach 2022

Why does the Torah wait until the drowning of the Egyptian army to announce that Israel was saved? Why not make this announcement at the moment of the Passover? We tackle this question in this year’s Beshalach teaching. Other topics include insights from Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks regarding three Torah illustrations of maturing in God, […]

January 14, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Bechukotai 2018-19

Join Beth Tikkun as we explore parshah Bechukotai. Our focus for this final portion in Leviticus is the menorah pattern – in Leviticus, the Torah, and the Scriptures in general. Our explorations bring us to the single chapter of Leviticus that stands at the very center of the Torah. Visuals: Bechukotai 2018-19.pdf Medios Visuales: Bejukotai […]

June 2, 2019 in Media by

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