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Practical Halachah: Passover, Part 2
Learn the practical Passover laws and customs for Erev Pesach (the day before Passover), burning the chametz, preparing the Seder table, and the first steps of the Seder on Passover night.
In temple times, each Jew would participate in a Passover offering. We examine two details of the Paschal sacrifice: its bones were not to be broken and it was to be eaten roasted. What is the deeper meaning behind this and how is it relevant today?
The Haggadah in Depth, Part 24
Having established a solid understanding of Passover’s primary principles, we begin to analyze the first of the three, the Paschal Offering. Our initial point of departure demonstrates that we refer here not to actual consumption of roasted lamb, but rath...
The Haggadah in Depth, Part 23
To fully appreciate R’ Gamliel’s Passover principles, his teachings must be seen as focal points of the Seder narrative – and by extension the fulfilment of Torah Judaism itself. Ultimately, the three types of foods may also be viewed as a sort of recomme...
Part 3: The core symbolism of the seder
Rabbi Chaim Miller shares beautiful insights into the haggadah that will capture the interest of everyone around your Seder table. In this segment he expounds upon the spiritual symbolism the Paschal lamb, matzah, and bitter herbs.
The Dress Code for Exodus
The night before they left Egypt, the Children of Israel were commanded to eat matzah and bitter herbs together with the Paschal lamb "waist-belted, shoes on your feet and staff in your hand". Thus class will explore the spiritual dimension of this dress-...
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