Studying the Essays of R. Aharon Lichtenstein - Rayanot Yaakov The links to R. Aharon's essays below will be followed by the individual study units that the essay has generated. The educational units below have been publicized on Bar Ilan University's Lookstein Center for Jewish Education's Lookjed listserve. The essay that accompanied the announcement of these units can be read by clicking here. Weekly Parsha: Emor | Jewish Journal In Parashat Emor, (Leviticus 24:2), we read that Moses commands the Israelites to bring olive oil for the ner tamid, the eternal flame, in the Temple. The ner tamid was not lit once and left alone ... S.A.L.T. - Parashat Emor | vbm haretzion - etzion.org.il
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Parasha Emor | MenOfTorah Discussions Parasha Emor May 11, 2012 in Torah | Tags: Emor , Leviticus , Parasha Emor , shavu'ot , Torah , Yeshua , Yom Kippur At times it is easy to inadvertently evade the literal interpretation of priestly regulations in favor of simile. Weekly Divrei Torah | Hadar.org Every year, we read the entire Torah, one portion per week. Every year we find ourselves, our troubles and our victories, our hopes and our dreams, reflected in the text. Hadar produces weekly podcasts and essays on the parashah. In 5774 and 5775, these Divrei Torah were written by Rabbi Shai Held. In 5776, they were written by Rabbi Ethan Tucker. Emor | Rabbi Michael Gold Emor . PARSHAT EMOR (5779) WHAT IS BLASPHEMY "To the Israelite people speak thus, anyone who blasphemes his God shall bear his guilt." (Leviticus 24:15) This week's portion ends with an unusual story. A certain man whose mother was Israelite and father was Egyptian is involved in a fight. Redeeming Relevance on the Weekly Parsha: Emor | The Jewish ...
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Parashat Emor / פרשת אמור. Next read in the Diaspora on 09 May 2020. Parashat Emor is the 31st weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading. Torah Portion: Leviticus 21:1 - 24:23
Class Categories Weekly Parsha Series - rabbisilber.com Weekly Parsha Essay Parsha Perspectives; ... Life Lessons on the Weekly Parsha: Emor-New Beginnings, Old Barley ... Life Lessons from the Weekly Parsha - A Women ... The Jewish Leadership Blog: Parashat Emor: What's in a Word? By HaRav Rabbi Zalman Baruch Melamed Rosh HaYeshiva, Beit El Pure Words On several occasions, we've spoken of the midrash at the opening of this week's Torah portion; just as we review the parsha each year, it is also fitting to review the midrash. Rabbi Shmuel Silber - Dean - Institute for Jewish Continuity
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Rabbi Arthur Green | HuffPost Rabbi Arthur Green, Ph.D., is recognized as one of the world's preeminent authorities on Jewish thought and spirituality. In addition to his Hebrew College Rabbinical School role as Rector, he serves as Irving Brudnick Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Hebrew College and is Professor Emeritus at Brandeis University. Parashat Emor 5766 | Congregation Beth El-Keser Israel Shabbat Shalom! Today we read Parashat Emor. Emor, like most of the book of Leviticus, contains priestly laws and rules of sacrifice. Emor specifically addresses the Kohanim, a subsection of Levites who are the direct descendants of Aaron. Parsha Projects: Emor OMER CALENDAR Sometimes I think that I am learning more about Christianity working on these projects than Judaism. Let me explain. In contrast to Parshat Tazria, when doing an Omer project would have been a cop-out, this week's parsha actually includes the mitzvah of counting the days between Pesach and Shavuot: