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Tag: "Torah Study"
New learning should be the mission for all of us. In that light, join four of the Twin Cities’ newest rabbis for “Four Rabbis Enter an Orchard” on Monday December 3rd at Beth El.
Barreling down a biblical highway with only two outcomes to be had.
Closing the door on Chapter 21, and on pace to align our study of the Akedah with its reading on Rosh Hashanah – our own veritable transit of Venus.
I don’t know about you but I have a love/hate relationship with Matisiyahu…kind of the way I feel about Pinchas just with out the violence.
Join us as we leave Ishmael, and align our study group with the verses traditionally read on the High Holidays. Buckle up, place your biblical tray tables in their upright positions, and let’s begin!
In land far far away lived a princess by the name of Snow White. But even farther away lived Caleb and Joshua. Learn what they all have in common, in Pop Parsha.
“We pick things up where Hagar and her son Ishmael have been banished from Gerar, and have just plotzed from exhaustion in the desert,” begins Phil’s humorous summary of Rashi’s thoughts. Join him.
Anybody Want To Give This One a Pshat?
What Went On In That Biblical Shower? You Decide
Abraham and Sarah request the honor of your presence at a feast to celebrate the weaning of their son, Isaac. BYOB.