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The Torah Learning Library of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah

Category: Torah

Evolution and Revolution in Megillat Esther

by Rabbi Zvi GrumetPosted on July 5, 2017

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Dual Causality in Biblical Narratives

by Rabbi Hayyim AngelPosted on July 5, 2017

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Doing Everything Halfway: David’s Repentance and Paralysis After Bat Sheva

by Rabbi Hayyim AngelPosted on July 5, 2017

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Dina, Yosef and the Patriarchal Covenant

by Dr. Devora SteinmetzPosted on July 5, 2017

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Creation and Recreation: From Genesis to Job

by Rabbi Yitzchak EtshalomPosted on July 5, 2017

Covert Polemic in Biblical Narrative: A Study in Esther

by Rabbi Eric GrossmanPosted on July 5, 2017

Covenant, Estrangement, and Return: The Interfacing of The Book of Ruth and the Story of Lot

by Rabbi Avi WeissPosted on July 5, 2017

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Confusion in the Night: Leah, Rachel and the Art of Silence

by Wendy AmsellemPosted on July 5, 2017

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Bilam and His Prophecies: “Fallen Down and With Open Eyes”

by Miriam GedwiserPosted on July 5, 2017

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Biblical Prayer: Between Malkizedek and Hannah

by Rabbi David SilberPosted on July 5, 2017

A City Reunited — Psalm 122

by Rabbi Yitzchak EtshalomPosted on July 5, 2017

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Says Who?

by Rabbi Dov LinzerPosted on June 8, 2017

When we make important decisions in our lives, what thought process do we go through?  For most of us, it probably involves asking a series of questions, such as: “Is this what I truly want?”; “Am I doing this for the right reasons or for the wrong reasons?”; “Will this be good for me in the short term?  In the long term?”; “Will it allow me to best achieve my potential?”; “Will it be good for my spouse and my family?”.  If we are truly virtuous, perhaps we will also ask: “Is this good for others, for Klal Yisrael, for the world?”.  And maybe, just maybe, we will also ask: “Is this the best way for me to serve God?”.…