Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life.
 

Parshah (Weekly Torah Reading)

Knowledge Base » Torah, The » Parshah (Weekly Torah Reading)
Only showing results in "Jewish.tv"  |  Show All
Sort by:
Parshah (Weekly Torah Reading): The weekly Torah portion.
An introduction to the book of Deuteronomy and its uniqueness among the Five Books of Moses.
The conclusion of the public Torah Reading; how and why we lift the Torah; how to do "hagbah."
A clear explanation of the Torah Reading service in synagogue, how it works, and getting called up to the Torah for an aliyah.
6 Adar I, 5752 • February 10, 1992
The Rebbe is called to the Torah.
Ever feel a bit uncomfortable or disoriented when going to a shul (synagogue)? Rabbi Zalman Goldstein gives us a sense of the basic items we can expect inside.
Parshat Devarim
Ultimately, I trusted her to her own devices, realizing that it is time for her to experience independence. And perhaps that’s a bit like this week’s parshah.
Why answer the nations of the world’s criticism of Israel
The Torah concludes the book of Genesis with the death of Joseph and the fact that he was interned - actually placed in the Nile - in Egypt. Yet we are enjoined by Torah to conclude a Torah subject on a positive note?! The answer sheds new light on both t...
Parshah Curiosities: Shemot
The second book of the Torah, which is called the Book of Names, begins with again listing the names of the twelve tribes. Explore the importance and influence of a name, and other intriguing curios on Jewish names. For example, why don’t we find referenc...
Introduction
Ch. 1 verses 1-8: Introduction, portion begins with the names of all the sons of Yaakov. It tells us that there were 70 souls total and that Yosef was in Egypt. That generation died. The next generation was exceedingly fruitful and the land was filled wit...
Browse Subjects Alphabetically:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9