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History and Messianism in the Thought of Rav Kook
https://library.yctorah.org/audio/history-and-messianism-in-the-thought-of-rav-kook/

by , December 9, 2016

Themes in the Rabbinic Reading of King Saul
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by , December 9, 2016

The Argument for Radical Curricular Change in Contemporary Orthodox Education
https://library.yctorah.org/audio/the-argument-for-radical-curricular-change-in-contemporary-orthodox-education/

by , December 7, 2016

Abraham’s Ninth Test
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by , December 7, 2016

Exile and Leadership in the Lives of Jacob and Moses
https://library.yctorah.org/audio/exile-and-leadership-in-the-lives-of-jacob-and-moses/

by , November 30, 2016

Radical Curricular Revision in the Day School – Part 2
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by , November 30, 2016

A Rabbinic Reading of Iyov
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by , November 28, 2016

The Giveaite Concubine’s Father and the Father in Law Leitscene
https://library.yctorah.org/audio/the-giveaite-concubines-father-and-the-father-in-law-leitscene/

by , November 23, 2016

Explorations in the Political Thought of the Netziv
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by , November 23, 2016

A Short History of Biblical Intermarriage: From Chamor to Ruth
https://library.yctorah.org/audio/a-short-history-of-biblical-intermarriage-from-chamor-to-ruth/

by , October 26, 2016

What’s with the Tribes? The Trek From One to Twelve
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by , October 26, 2016

Break Down Their Altars: The Limits of Interfaith
https://library.yctorah.org/2016/09/break-down-their-altars-the-limits-of-interfaith/

Although the written Torah suggests in various places a violent relationship with other religions- particularly those that involve avodah zarah (best but incompletely translated as “idolatry”)- we find in the Sages a mixed bag of how we should treat other religions.…

by Rabbi Haggai Resnikoff, September 6, 2016