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Parashat Shabbat KI TISA Video Commentary

Parashat Shabbat KI TISA Video Commentary...

© Lencer, Wiki CommonsExodus 30:11 – 34:35 || Kings I 18:1-39   Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „Masks, veils, disguises, cover ups, concealment and camouflage: These are words associated with the Purim festival which we celebrate this week. But masks and camouflage also teach a profound lesson of attachment and separation from G-d in this week’s Torah reading...
Paraschat Ki Tissa Readings and Video Commentary

Paraschat Ki Tissa Readings and Video Commentary...

Exodus 30:11 – 34:35; Kings I 18:1-39 Video Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „Why a golden calf? What were the children of Israel really searching for? Why did Moses ask to see G-d’s glory, and what question concerning G-d’s justice was he seeking an answer to?“: Shabbat Shalom
Parashat KI TISSA Shabbat PARA Readings and Video Commentary

Parashat KI TISSA Shabbat PARA Readings and Video ...

Paraschat Shabbat KI TISSA: Exodus 30:11 – 34:35; PARA (Red Cow): 4. Numbers 16 Haftara Shabbat PARA: Ezekiel 36:16-38 Video Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman, Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „Why a golden calf? What were the children of Israel really searching for? Why did Moses ask to see G-d’s glory, and what question concerning G-d’s justice was he seeking an answer to?“: Shabbat Shalom
Parashat Shabbat Ki Tissa Readings and Commentary

Parashat Shabbat Ki Tissa Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 30:11–34:35; 1 Kings 18:1-39 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem: This weekly portion (parashat) begins with ransom (kofer nefesh) and atonement money (kessef kippurim) in the value of “half a shekel according to the shekel of the sanctuary” for every man over 20. “The rich shall not pay more and the poor shall not pay less than the half shekel, when you give the contribution to the...
Shabbat Parashat Ki Tissa Readings and Commentary

Shabbat Parashat Ki Tissa Readings and Commentary...

Exodus 30:11–34:35; 1 Kings 18:1-39 Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem: This weekly portion (parashat) begins with ransom (kofer nefesh) and atonement money (kessef kippurim) in the value of “half a shekel according to the shekel of the sanctuary” for every man over 20. “The rich shall not pay more and the poor shall not pay less than the half shekel, when you give the contribution...
Shabbat Parashat Ki Tissa – Sabbath Reading and Commenatary

Shabbat Parashat Ki Tissa – Sabbath Reading ...

Exodus 30:11–34:35; Numbers 19: Ezechiel 36:16-38 ▼ Sabbath Song: Abstract of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem: This weekly portion (parashat) begins with ransom (kofer nefesh) and atonement money (kessef kippurim) in the value of “half a shekel according to the shekel of the sanctuary” for every man over 20. “The rich shall not pay more and the poor shall not pay less than the half...

Shabbat Reading and Commentary for week 12, 2009, ...

Exodus 30:11–34:35; 1 Kings 18:1-39 By Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem Commentary: This weekly portion (parasha) begins with ransom (kofer nefesh) and atonement money (kessef kippurim) in the value of “half a shekel according to the shekel of the sanctuary” for every man over 20. “The rich shall not pay more and the poor shall not pay less than the half shekel, when you give the contribution to the...

Shabbat Reading and Commentary Ki Tissa (When you ...

Shabbat Commentary for 9th week, 2008, Shabbat Reading Ki Tissa (When you take a census), Exodus 30:11–34:35; 1 Kings 18:1-39 By Michael Schneider, israel today, Jerusalem Briefly ahead in matter PURIM: Since we are in the Shmita-year and at the same time in a leap year, we have 13 months this year!! That is two Adar month (aleph and beth). In this case, the Feast of Esther, Purim, is always celebrated at the Second...