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Study the daily Chumash with Rashi, Tanya and Rambam with master teacher Rabbi Yehoshua B. Gordon.
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Chumash Lesson for Wednesday, October 26, 2016 - 24 Tishrei, 5777

Rabbi Yehoshua Gordon is director of Chabad of the Valley in Tarzana, Ca.
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October 7, 2015
Verse 7 can be summed up as: Don't be an injustice collector !
Heard that one from a buddy of mine
October 15, 2014
Thank you for these wonderful classes. I am finding them incredibly helpful and illuminating.

In case this is helpful to anyone else, I follow the class of the Torah reading of the day of the week. First of all I listen to the Torah reading at the Bar Mitzvah site and then this class with a copy of Chumash and Rashi to follow along with.

A question on this class, the last part regarding the different verbs for begetting etc was a bit fast for me. Would you kindly write it out for me.

Thank you
October 7, 2014
reply to Destruction and Fire
Sparks of fire could have shot off from the main fire and touched them, and that's how they were frightened of fire.
Makes sense, no?
September 18, 2010
Destruction and Fire
If the Adam and Eve had lived in a perfect environment without the knowledge of death and pain, how is it that they were frightened by the angels of destruction and fire? I thought at first maybe it was an instinct, but my children were not afraid of fire and heat when they were young. When they burned themselves or felt pain, they finally had fear.
Penny Banfield
Taipei, Taiwan
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