Nach Yomi Starts NOW

Just an update on our last Torah Blog, about the new Nach Yomi cycle, which starts the day this is being published – Thursday, Jan. 20.

The following resources are now available to you for sefer Yehoshua. For starters, we now have three daily Nach Yomi shiurim:

The original Shoshana Grossman Nach Yomi shiurim, presented by Rabbi Bini Maryles;

The original Torat Imecha Nach Yomi shiurim, presented by Mrs. Michal Horowitz;

Brand-new Torat Imecha Nach Yomi shiurim, presented by Pamela Rivka Simonsson. (The new Torat Imecha Nach Yomi shiurim are sponsored by Mrs. Nechama Wolfson in memory of her mother, Freda bat Rav Moshe Eliahu.)

People always ask about Rabbi Shalom Rosner’s Nach Yomi shiur. Rabbi Rosner doesn’t deliver a Nach Yomi shiur but he has been delivering a long-running Nach shiur that has to date covered most books of Nach. So while some books of Kesuvim have not yet been covered in this this series, you should be able to learn Nach Yomi on Navi with Rabbi Rosner on Nach.

Additionally, there’s Nach Yomi in Depth, from Rabbi Menachem Leibtag of the Tanach Study Center.

Our daily Nach Yomi email, featuring the Nach Yomi Companion synopsis and links to the daily shiurim has a great new look! Sign up for that and other daily Torah emails here!

And here’s something exciting: a new option for the text and translation from the new Magerman Edition Koren Tanakh – translated by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, ztz”l, Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, and others! You’ll find this contemporary translation to be freer-flowing and easier to understand than many older translations. Plus, you’ll find a link and a coupon code so that you can save on your purchase of this new, acclaimed Tanach! (Look on any Nach Yomi page in sefer Yehoshua.)

Want more? Don’t forget to download your new calendar checklist for Nach Yomi, courtesy of OU Torah and the OU Women’s Initiative! Easily track your progress from Yehoshua (Joshua) through Divrei HaYamim (Chronicles)!

Here’s a brochure all about Tanach – who wrote which Biblical book, when, what each book covers and more! And here’s a timeline of the period of Nach!

With tools like this and more, The OU’s Nach Yomi makes it easy to complete all of Nach in only two years!

So join us for the journey of a lifetime on OU Torah, by using the OU Torah app for iOS and Android, or with the OU Women’s Initiative’s new Torat Imecha app! We think you’ll be glad you did!