Major sections of Rav Moshe Soloveichik’s Chidushei Torah deal with Zeraim, Kodshim, and Taharot. Rav Moshe took the methodology of his father Rav Chaim Soloveitchik to the next level. Mitzvat Aseh Shehazman Grama, chiyuv hamitzvah vs. kiyum hamitzvah, Delivered on his Yahrtzeit, 3 Shevat, 5779 Also: watch On Rav Moshe Soloveichik ztz”l Delivered at the OU Israel […]
Presented in honor of Rav Moshe Soloveichik ztz”l’s yahrzeit, 3 Shevat. Also: read הרב משה הלוי סולובייצ’יק ומאבקיו ב”מועצת גדולי התורה” ו”אגודת הרבנים” בפולין from Ḥakirah (in Hebrew) Watch The Legacy of HaRav Moshe Soloveitchik: Taking the Brisker Derech Above and Beyond
It has come to our attention that the alignment is off for January 2019 in the Mishna Yomit calendar, making it difficult to follow. We have revised the listing for this month, below: You can also download the calendar from January 2019 through the end of the current cycle of mishnayos (in December, 2021), here.
What generates the obligation to be involved in Kiruv, under what mitzvah is it subsumed? The concept of כל ישראל ערבים זה לזה, love for a fellow Jew should be our motivation for Kiruv. “The crisis is not the availability of the Jew who wants to be touched…the challenge is to become mekarvim, an obligation […]