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Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Yitro

Listen below to this recorded shiur from last night by Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Yitro. This week, the question of when did Yitro actually show up at the camp of B’nei Yisrael. Did he come before Matan Torah or after? This was an incredibly difficult issue for the Ramban in particular. To view the source sheet […]

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Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Beshalach

Listen below to this recorded shiur from last night by Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Beshalach. This week, with the story of kriyat yam suf, Rabbi Brovender covers the topic of ‘don’t come crying to me.’ To view the source sheet click here. If you are in Jerusalem on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM you can attend the […]

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Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Bo: The Darkness

Listen below to this recorded shiur from last night by Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Bo on the topic of the plague of darkness. To view the source sheet click here. If you are in Jerusalem on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM you can attend the live shiur at Yakar, 10 HaLamed-Heh Street (click here for a map). […]

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Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Vaera: Moshe Passing Up The Opportunity

Listen below to this recorded shiur from last night by Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Vaera on the topic of ‘why did Moshe Rabbeinu want to pass up the opportunity.’ To view the source sheet click here. If you are in Jerusalem on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM you can attend the live shiur at Yakar, 10 HaLamed-Heh Street […]

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Rabbi Saks: Introduction to Sefer Shmot

In this podcast Rabbi Jeffrey Saks takes a look at the Netziv and the Ramban in speaking about Sefer Shmot. Both are interesting because they pay attention to themes, issues and theological ideas that run throughout the Torah, and in particular the Exodus from Egypt. https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/webyeshivamedia/RJS+shmot5769.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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