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Adin Even-Israel (Steinsaltz)

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An Essay on Parshat Re'eh
The great majority of the subjects treated in the Parshah are connected to Jerusalem or to other places within the Land of Israel.
An Essay on Parshat Eikev
Moses’ words are like a father’s parting words to his maturing children, when he explains to them that from now on they are going to live in a different world, by no means a worse world but a world that is certainly different.
An Essay on Parshat Vaetchanan
What is idolatry? Why is the Torah so concerned about it, why does the Torah caution so much against it, and what is the source of its attraction?
An Essay on Parshat Nitzavim
Parshat Nitzavim speaks of teshuvah, conveying the message that all is not lost, and that there is a way to set things right.
An Essay on Parshat Devarim
Moses was a man whose every act influenced our world and the realm of heaven, yet the people would slander him to his face and behind his back.
An Essay on Parshat Massei
We learn a detailed description of the People of Israel’s long journey following the Exodus from Egypt. What is the meaning of this lengthy review? Why does the Torah need to tell us all this?
An Essay on Parshat Pinchas
On the one hand, there is zealous passion, bloodshed, and war; and on the other hand, there is something very different – a character that is entirely one of blessing.
An Essay on Parshat Balak
How it is possible that our sages call Balaam a prophet? Can an evil prophet truly exist?
An Essay on Parshat Matot
When a person wants to dedicate something to G-d, the Torah provides a way.
An Essay on Parshat Chukat
What is the significance of the death of a tzaddik? How is the death of the righteous analogous to the laws of the red cow?
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