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Category: Shavuot

On the Nature of Birkat HaTorah

by Rabbi Dov Linzer Posted on May 26, 2017

The following sources accompany a shiur that Rabbi Linzer gave on May 18, 2017   Can one recite Birkat HaTorah on Shavuot morning when he/she didn’t sleep the night before? 1. Magen Avraham, Laws of Shavuot, OH 494 לענין ברכת התורה אני מסופק דבסימן מ”ז סי”ב כתב אף אם למד בלילה וכו’ א”צ לברך כל Continue Reading »

Shavuot: Chag v’Chesed

by Rabbi Dov Linzer Posted on July 5, 2016

The holiday of Shavuot is generally assumed to commemorate the giving of the Torah, which occurred on the sixth of Sivan. In the Torah, however, Shavuot is only described as an agricultural holiday and occurs not on any particular calendrical date, but at the culmination of seven weeks from the beginning of the harvest season Continue Reading »

Setting Up to Move Out

by Rabbi Dov Linzer Posted on May 21, 2015

Prepared for publication from remarks made at the 2015 YCT Annual Tribute Dinner in honor of Sharon and Steven Lieberman. Many people today would be happy to set up camp at the foot of Har Sinai permanently. Just think about what it was like: We had received all the mitzvot; the Mishkan was built; the Continue Reading »

The Obligations of Tzedek

by Rabbi Dov Linzer Posted on May 24, 2012

(An earlier version of this appeared in the 5769 AJWS Chag v’Chesed) The holiday of Shavuot is generally assumed to commemorate the giving of the Torah, which occurred on the sixth of Sivan. In the Torah, however, Shavuot is only described as an agricultural holiday and occurs not on any particular calendrical date, but at Continue Reading »

A Dynamic Faith of Gratitude

by Rabbi Dov Linzer Posted on May 18, 2012

Yom Yerushalayim and Shavuot are celebrated a week apart. These celebrations mark two tremendous gifts that have been bestowed upon us: the gift of a unified Jerusalem as part of the State of Israel and under Jewish control, that we received only 45 years ago, and the gift of the Torah, that we received over 3000 Continue Reading »

Shavuot: A Holiday of Communal Justice

by Rabbi Dov Linzer Posted on August 6, 2009

The holiday of Shavuot is generally assumed to commemorate the giving of the Torah, which occurred on the 6th of Sivan. In the Torah, however, Shavuot is only described as an agricultural holiday and occurs not on any particular calendrical date, but at the culmination of seven weeks from the beginning of the harvest season Continue Reading »

Chuppah and Har Sinai

by Rabbi Dov Linzer Posted on August 6, 2009

When we move from sefer Vayikra to sefer Bamidbar, we are finally moving away from Har Sinai, where Bnei Yisrael have been for almost a year. From the middle of Shemot through the end of Vayikra, they have been encamped at the foot of Har Sinai, having received the Torah, mitzvot and the laws, and Continue Reading »