Tagged ‘Parashat Devarim’

Parashat Devarim 5780

July 24, 2020 | Filed in: Divrei Torah, Dvarim

Into and Through Tisha b’Av: Our Fragile Alchemy of “Why” A D’var Torah for Parashat Devarim By Rabbi David Markus There’s gotta be a reason. What’s happening now must be a reaction to something that came before. Someone must be … Continue reading »

 

Parashat Devarim 5779

August 9, 2019 | Filed in: Divrei Torah, Dvarim

A D’var Torah for Parashat Devarim By Rabbi Heidi Hoover (’11) Devarim is the first significant word of this week’s Torah portion, and therefore it gives the Torah portion its name. Because this week is the first portion in the … Continue reading »

 

Parashat Shoftim

August 15, 2018 | Filed in: Divrei Torah, Dvarim

Our Lips as Gates of Justice A D’var Torah for Parashat Shoftim by Rabbi Irwin Huberman ’10   I’ve often wondered why the Torah devotes so much effort towards commanding the Jewish people to establish judges and officers within its communal … Continue reading »

 

Devarim 5778

July 19, 2018 | Filed in: D'var Shirah, Divrei Torah, Dvarim

Call for Spiritual Rebirth A Dvar Torah for Devarim By Len Levin “How [eikhah] can I bear alone your trouble, your burden, your quarrel?” (Deut. 1:12) A paradox. Deuteronomy is the sunniest, most radiant and optimistic book of the Torah. … Continue reading »