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Shabbat Ki Tavo 5776–Shabbat Torah Study–More than Memory and Meeting the King on Rosh Hashanah

Ki Tavo contains the formulaic utterance given with first fruit offerings. “My father was a wandering Aramean…” Devarim 26:5. We are very familiar with this from its inclusion in the Haggadah. It was supposed to be given from memory. So … Continue reading

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Parshat Ki Tavo 5775–Shabbat Torah Study in the D–Selichot: A Time to Come Together

As Rosh Hashanah is fast approaching, the Torah reminds us in so many ways about the importance of our connection and relationship with God. But who is this God that we think of at this time of year? Is it … Continue reading

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Shabbat Ki Tavo 5774–Shabbat Torah Study–Rabbi Rachel Shere–Being there is what matters!

Ki Tavo contains the formulaic utterance given with first fruit offerings. “My father was a wandering Aramean…” Devarim 26:5. It was supposed to be given from memory. So concerned were the Sages that a lack of education kept some from … Continue reading

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Shabbat Ki Tavo 5772–Selichot–Adat Shalom Torah Study–Rabbi Rachel Shere- – God’s Treasured People Work to Have Quality Relationships

This week’s Parasha of Ki Tavo tells us much about the special relationship between God and the sacred people of Israel, the people God calls “Am segula”, God’s “treasured people.” (Devarim 26:18). The Torah outlines special guidelines related to the … Continue reading

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