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The Torah Learning Library of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah

Category: Sefer Devarim

The Reasons for the Mitzvah of Kan Tzippor

by Dr. Richard Hidary
Posted on October 27, 2016

The Laws of Return: Sefer Devarim and the Resolution of the Humash Narrative

by Rabbi Nachman Levine
Posted on October 27, 2016

Reciting Kriat Shema as an Israelite

by Dr. Shalom Holtz
Posted on October 27, 2016

The Unique Perspective of Sefer Devarim (Hebrew)

by Rabbi Amnon Bazak
Posted on October 27, 2016

Birkat Moshe – An Analysis of Moshe’s Farewell Speech

by Rabbi Yitzchak Etshalom
Posted on October 26, 2016

Who Are the Kohanim – Leveeim of Sefer Devarim

by Rabbi Menachem Leibtag
Posted on October 26, 2016

Why Does the Torah End Before the Jews Enter Israel? Some Thoughts Based on Ramban

by Rabbi Aryeh Klapper
Posted on October 26, 2016

The “Tentacles” of Sefer Shemot in Vayikra, Bamidbar, and Devarim

by Rabbi Menachem Leibtag
Posted on October 21, 2016

Standing Again at Sinai

by Rabbi Dov Linzer
Posted on October 10, 2016

In one of his last instructions to the children of Israel, Moshe commands the people in the mitzvah of hakhel, a public reading of the Torah to take place once every seven years.  All the people are to be present: “Gather the nation: the men, the women, and the children, and the stranger who is in your gates” (31:12). …

Does the Torah Make You Wise?

by Rabbi Haggai Resnikoff
Posted on October 6, 2016

It may seem odd to us that people would ask a rabbi who to marry or vote for, but the Torah, in fact, does have reference to all aspects of our lives and the experts in Torah may well have wisdom and advice to impart in all areas of our lives.…

What is a Halakhic Jewish Identity?

by Rabbi Haggai Resnikoff
Posted on October 6, 2016

Apart from the “Shema Yisra’el” with which we are so familiar, Parshat Va’etchanan has three other instances where we see similar instructions for Israel to listen. What do the Other Shema Yisraels have that our Shema doesn’t. Considering their emphasis, wouldn’t it be better to recite them twice daily rather than our Shema? …

To Lead, Perchance to Dream

by Rabbi Dov Linzer
Posted on September 29, 2016

In memory of Shimon Peres, z”l, 1923-2016 The people about to enter the Land of Israel are different than those who left Egypt a generation earlier. These people were born free from slavery and can face the future without fear. They have forged a deep and lasting relationship with God over forty years in the wilderness.…