Tuesday, March 28, 2017

(29 minutes) Who Knows Five?

Who Knows Five? (yutorah.org: Rabbi Etshalom)

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"The challenge of the evening - Leil haSeder - is to generate such a strong sense of identification with the generation of our ancestors who left Egypt that we might be able to burst forth in song and thanksgiving for taking us out - ourselves. In this shiur, we propose that there are five steps - stations if you will - that help take us from the "here and now" to the world of Yetziat Mitzrayim"

(6 minutes) Five Minute Halacha - Can Ashkenazim eat soft Sefardi matza?

Five Minute Halacha - Can Ashkenazim eat soft Sefardi matza? (yutorah.org: Rabbi Siev)

(1 hour) 2000 Years The Jewish Odyssey 12th Century CE

2000 Years The Jewish Odyssey 12th Century CE (yutorah.org: Rabbi Pruzansky)

Thursday, March 23, 2017

(58 minutes) Shoftim 9:6-15 - Yotam's Parable of the Trees

Shoftim 9:6-15 - Yotam's Parable of the Trees (yutorah.org: Rabbi Torczyner)

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"Yotam's parable of rebuke to those who selected his murderous half-brother, Avimelech, as king."

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

(1 hour 7 minutes) Judaism, Christianity and Islam Part II

Judaism, Christianity and Islam Part II (yutorah.org: Rabbi Dr. Woolf)

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"Second Part of a Five part series: Discusses the division between Jewish and non-Jewish Christianity; the circumstances behind the belief in the Founder of Christianity as Divine; the classic Christian view of the Replacement; and the Diabolic image of the Jew."

Sunday, March 19, 2017