בס"ד
Sep 02 2014, Elul 7, 5774
Torah reading: Ki Teitzei

KABBALAH & CHASSIDUS

INSPIRATION

JEWISH PRACTICE

ASK THE RABBI

A person does not completely fulfill his obligation [to study Torah] by involving himself with Tanach, Mishnah, Aggada, and the Babylonian Talmud. Rather, one is obligated to involve himself to the best of his ability in the secrets of the Torah and the Work of the Chariot, for there is no greater pleasure for G-d in all the creation than when His children below involve themselves in the secrets of Torah – to know His greatness, His beauty, and His supremacy.

JEWISH PERSPECTIVES & VALUES

How Torah Law is Different from Civil Law

law book and gavel

Comparisons by legal scholars are often drawn between Torah law and its civil counterparts. This essay creates a paradigm shift in the way Torah law is often understood, and clarifies the differences between it and secular civil law. Read more

WEEKLY PARSHAH

JEWISH HOLIDAYS