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The Torah Learning Library of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah

Category: Torah

Yosef’s Agricultural Template of Egypt As Model for Shemitah and Yovel

by Rabbi Aharon Frazer
Posted on September 21, 2022


What Came First: Sefer Bereishit or Sefer Shemot?

by Rabbi Menachem Leibtag
Posted on September 21, 2022

Vayikra and Devarim: Two Religious Models

by Dr. Elana Stein Hain
Posted on September 21, 2022

Do You Have Only One Blessing? Revisiting Yaacov’s Theft of the Berakhot

by Rabbi Yitzchak Etshalom
Posted on September 21, 2022

The Akeda’s Scream and Other Thundering Biblical Silences

by Judy Klitsner
Posted on September 21, 2022

The Shofar: Object and Meaning in Hasidic Thought

by Dr. Biti Roi
Posted on September 21, 2022

The Relationship and Struggle Between Yaacov and Esau

by Rabbi Yitzchak Blau
Posted on September 21, 2022

Did They Read From the Torah Before Ezra? (Hebrew)

by Rabbi Dr. Yoel Bin-Nun
Posted on September 21, 2022

Hassidic Perspectives on Shemitah

by Rabbi Dr. Erin Leib-Smokler
Posted on September 21, 2022

Ki Tavo, Covenants, and the Queen

On the Reflective Power of Symbols

What can we do to ensure that our deepest, most enduring relationships remain effective, vibrant, and resonant? How do successful relationships survive the pressure of the tough times, or even just the eroding banality of mundane life? Ki Tavo tells of the establishment of a new covenant between Am Yisrael and HaShem.…

The Legacy of Enclosure

What Biblical Workers’ Rights can Teach us about Privatizing the Public Domain

The law locks up the man or woman  Who steals the goose from off the common  But leaves the greater villain loose  Who steals the common from off the goose. The law demands that we atone  When we take things we do not own  But leaves the lords and ladies fine  Who take things that are yours and mine.…

Why Create a Community of Accidental Killers?

by Adam Cohen
Posted on September 1, 2022 Someone with a drug addiction has two main options when it comes to rehab, and both are completely different extremes. They could choose normality. I want to keep things as normal as possible, live my every-day life, have my family and friends there to support me and go to a rehab in my local community. …