Cantorial Intern David Mintz | July 27, 2012
This week, we begin the fifth and final book of the Torah, the book of D’varim, the book of Deuteronomy. And as we begin, the Israelites are on the brink of entering the Promised Land.
Maurice A. Salth | July 20, 2012
This week we read the final of the two portions from the book of Numbers, Matot and Mas’ei. And after almost forty years of wandering, the Israelites are on the border of the Land of Israel—they’re not in Israel yet, but they’re looking in—and they’re about to enter the Promised Land.
Angela W. Buchdahl | July 13, 2012
?Faced with a particularly challenging problem, a lot of our first instinct is to want to beat the problem with a stick, whether it’s a figurative or a literal stick. We saw that actually in last week’s Torah portion, when Balaam’s donkey does not move, and so he takes a stick to her and just beats her, even though she was acting in his best interests.
Michael S. Friedman | July 6, 2012
Cantor Buchdahl told you a little bit about what happens in this week’s parashah, Parashat Balak. And that is that Moabite King Balak, afraid of the power of the people of Israel as we are wandering through the desert passing by his kingdom, thinks of this great scheme.
Peter J. Rubinstein | June 29, 2012
?The parashah from which we’re reading this evening, Chukat, is part of an episode during the journey of the Israelites after the spies have returned and announced to them and convinced the people that they could never possibly conquer the land of Canaan
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