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Adin Even-Israel (Steinsaltz)

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Parshat V’zot HaBerachah has two focuses: the blessing that Moses bestows on Israel before his death and the account of his death. Moses’ blessing to Israel almost forces a comparison to the corresponding blessing in Genesis 49, the blessing that Jacob be...
There is an essential problem in the combination of Shabbat and teshuvah.
There is nothing worse than perceiving the Torah as an inherited burden, because there is absolutely nothing that one can do about it.
Why does the Torah cite only the curses and not use the positive language of the blessings?
One end of the Torah is here on earth and the other end is in heaven, and it is on this bridge that G-d wants us to walk.
What does it mean to “Be wholehearted with God your Lord”? It is not so simple to determine what type of person qualifies as tamim.
An excerpt from the groundbreaking biography, “My Rebbe”
Yechidut is the act of giving oneself over to the rebbe. Through yechidut, the rebbe is strengthened by his Chasid’s devotion, while the Chasid feels recharged, renewed and filled with new energy.
Medical Ethics from a Talmudic Perspective
Rabbi Steinsaltz discusses the value of human life according to the Talmud, and investigates various ethical questions that arise from our understanding of this value.
Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz Even-Israel provides an introduction to the Jewish Oral Law as a preface to his discussion on the Jewish perspective to medical ethics.
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