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Excerpt from ‘Torah Studies’ taught in six languages as part of worldwide project
The world suffered a devastating blow this past November when Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom, and a brilliant scholar and teacher, tragically passed away at the age of 72. Since his untimely death, there has been an ou...
Adults in Austin study texts, attend lectures and spend time with visiting rabbinical students
Fifth-generation Texan Adam Kaman has long toyed with the idea of studying in yeshivah. But with a growing family and full-time job in the corporate offices of an Austin-based food retailer, he has not been able to actualize that dream. This summer, howev...
Intergenerational interactions provide life lessons for bar mitzvah-age teens
Some bar mitzvah-age boys in the U.S. Pacific Northwest who will head off to yeshivah and high schools this fall will take with them many experiences and fond memories from their current academic year. One of them is sure to be their weekly trips to Cedar...
JNet study partners form lasting ties, even when the books are shelved’s Daily Study app is revamped in time for 3 Tammuz, the anniversary of the Rebbe's passing
Daily Torah study has never been easier—be it in line at the bank, on the subway on your way to work or at your dining-room table after a long day at work. One of the most popular Jewish apps,’s Daily Study, first released in 2014, has been reb...
Chief Rabbi of Central Jerusalem conceptualized the ‘Chitas’
It’s a small rectangle, the size of a box of baking soda, but it revolutionized the world of Torah study. Known as a “Chitas” (or “Chitat”), it is a book that combines Chumash (the Hebrew Bible), Tehillim (Psalms) and Tanya (the foundational work of Chaba...
The Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies celebrated its 11th year of instructing English-speaking students with the inauguration of a Jerusalem-based women’s program.
Four students from Princeton University spent their spring break studying Jewish law and Chasidic thought at the Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem.
The Shaloh House Chabad of the South Area in Stoughton, Mass., is sponsoring a yeshiva-night for members of the Jewish community who have never experienced in-depth Jewish learning.
Six Illinois Chabad Houses held a Knowledge Bowl competition this week as a way to bring diverse members of their local Jewish communities together.
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