What’s New on OU Torah?

If you read our most recent Torah Blog, you know that Rabbi Yosef Grossman recently completed tractate Brachos in Talmud Yerushalmi. The entire masechta is now available online for listeners to study whenever they wish, at their own pace; you can start here! But what else is new on OU Torah?

Last week, on the Rambam’s 813th yahrtzeit, we unveiled a new series, Shiurim on Rambam by Rabbi Yochanan Bechhofer. Rabbi Bechhofer has provided OU Torah with a large number of shiurim on parsha, on the yomim tovim for OU Holidays, and on other topics. In this new series, enjoy Rabbi Bechhofer’s expertise in the works of Maimonides. Start with Binyan HaMishkan vs. Binyan HaMikdash.

Rabbi Ari Enkin is well known for his series of books on Jewish law, Dalet Amot of Halacha. Now you can enjoy and learn from him on OU Torah in his new series, also called Dalet Amot of Halacha. Start now with Knock Before Entering!

Were you unable to attend Torah in the City? Fear not! Shiurim from the event are being made available on OU Torah (though not all at once). These will be featured in a rotating basis on the OU Torah home page in a special “Torah in the City” section. Start now with Balancing Torah Study with Other Obligations by Rabbi Hershel Schachter, Living in Diaspora vs. Eretz Yisroel: What is a Good Jew to Do? by Rabbi Shalom Rosner, and The Efficacy of Jewish Prayer by Charlie Harary.

These shiurim are also the first items being spotlighted on the brand-new OU Torah YouTube channel! What else might pop up there? That remains to be seen! Get in on the ground floor and be among the first to find out!

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