parshat Ki Tavo

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no creditThe Sense of History
A shiur by Rabbi Berel Wein for the weekly Torah reading of "Ki Tavo".
  • A Nation of Storytellers
    The great questions - “Who are we?” “Why are we here?” “What is our task?” – are best answered by telling a story. A large part of what Moses is doing in the book of Devarim is retelling that story to the next generation.
  • The Art of Listening
    Every Jewish holiday has a representative color. Each Yom Tov also connects to one of the senses. What sense connects to Rosh Hashana?
  • You Will Conquer
    The opening words of this week's Torah reading have been repeated often throughout the entire discourse by Moshe with the Jewish people, which constitutes the bulk of this book of Devarim.
  • The Right Order: Home, Vineyard, or Wife?
    The list of those who return from the battlelines is found in Parashat Shoftim, and the same people come up in Parashat Ki Tavo. The differences between the cases are clear. The order of the people is different.
  • Don’t Get Too Comfy in Diaspora
    A look at a commentary on a very unique commandment found in this week's Torah reading Ki Tavo.
  • שיג ושיח
    Be Silent and Listen
    A weekly Shiur by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.
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