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The Obligation to Study Torah

Practical Parshah - Bechukotai

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The Obligation to Study Torah: Practical Parshah - Bechukotai

Even laymen are obligated to be learned in Torah. But how much is one actually obligated to study? How often?
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Behar-Bechukotai, Parshah, Torah Study, Bechukotai

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binh tran fremont, ca June 9, 2011

Thank You Rabbi fKaplan or great teachings Thank You Rabbi Kaplan for great teachings this week. Reply

yisrael yitzchak hannah ny, ny May 18, 2011

proficient torah study i have mostly all of the Talmud. I have a Kol Menachem chumash. I want to know how do i study Torah to become proficient. I'm 44 years old. I have been watching your videos. They are just what i need. i just started a driving school in NYC so how do i utilize my time in Torah study to become the best Jew i possibly can? I want to read hebrew like you any ideas? Reply

Michael Wilburn O''Brien, TX May 18, 2011

Great Lecture I gained valuable knowledge and insight from this lecture. I was lit on fire, my desire to break habits and to actively engage my life was kindled. This was a very powerful message. Thank you for the time and effort, it was worth it. Reply

Each week, Rabbi Mendel Kaplan will delve into that week's Torah reading to bring out a practical lesson for life and explain the Biblical sources for the customs, laws, practices and ethics of our people.
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