No Results Found.

Rabbi Weinreb’s Parsha Column, Shoftim
by in
It is at this point in time that we all begin to realize that the summer is ending. There is something about mid-August that says, "The summer is waning." School children begin to experience the anxieties that come with the anticipation of the return to school; vacationers hasten to relish the last of the "lazy, hazy days;" and the baseball season is at the stage when the pennant and wild-card races begin to really heat up.
Conducting Oneself with Trust in Hashem
by in
And it will be when you approach the battle, then the Kohen will come close and he will speak to the nation. He will say to them: Hear Israel! Today you approach your enemies in war. Your heart should not be soft. Do not be afraid. Do not panic and do not break ranks before […]
The Politics of Freedom
by in
Having set out the broad principles of the covenant, Moses now turns to the details, which extend over many chapters and several parshiyot. The long review of the laws that will govern Israel in its land begin and end with Moses posing a momentous choice. Here is how he frames it in this week’s parsha: […]
Parshat Ekev: The Tefillin Inside Me
by in
Parshat Ekev includes the fourth and last of the Parshiot of Tefillin. In the context of the mitzvah of Tefillin one puts all four Parshiot both on the arm and on the head. Throughout our Parsha series we have described the two basic impulses of life as Doing and Being. The two components of Tefillin […]