Tagged ‘Ki Teitzei’

Parashat Ki Tetze

August 18, 2010 | Filed in: Divrei Torah, Dvarim

By Rabbi Leonard Levin A famous midrash tells how Moses argued with the angels that the Torah, though a creature of heaven, was destined for use on earth.  œDo you have urges to murder, to commit adultery, to steal? We … Continue reading »


Parashat Ki Teitzei

September 11, 2008 | Filed in: Divrei Torah, Dvarim

The Paradox of Memory By Rabbi Allen Darnov It is amusing how Jews curse enemies by reciting the enemy’s name and then adding the phrase in Hebrew (or Yiddish) “may his name be blotted out” We might say something like … Continue reading »


Parashat Ki Tetzei

August 23, 2006 | Filed in: Divrei Torah, Dvarim

By Rabbi David Greenstein According to traditional enumerations of the mitzvoth (commandments) in the Torah, our portion includes 74 ordinances, more than any other portion. These mitzvoth encompass the full range of the Torah’s concerns for how we are to … Continue reading »