This week we begin our study of the Bible’s fourth book, Sefer Ba’Midbar or as it is called in English, the Book of Numbers, even though the Hebrew name is “The Book of the Desert”. We may call the Bible’s third book, Leviticus, a book of theory. Leviticus presents itself to us as a book… View Article
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This week we turn to one of the final sections of the Book of Leviticus, the parashah known as B’Chukotay. You will find this week’s section in the book of Leviticus 26:3-27:34. Although this section deals with a number of issues, one theme stands out and forces us into deep contemplation. In Leviticus 26:3 we… View Article
This week we read a double parashah, Acharei-Mot (Levitcus 16:1-18:30) and Kdoshim (Leviticus 19:1-20:27). Often the names of these weekly Torah sections tell us a great deal about the Biblical view on life and provide us with great insights. Acharei-Mot means “After the deaths of…” In the previous sections, we read about deaths caused by… View Article