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Rabbi Saul Strosberg (‘05) of Congregation Sherith Israel at a public rally in downtown Nashville TN. Nashville Stands With Israel

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Rabbi Saul Strosberg (‘05) of Congregation Sherith Israel at a public rally in downtown Nashville TN. Nashville Stands ...

Thank you to those of you who have supported our Israel Emergency Fund. Please hear the gratitude expressed by YCT musm...

Meet one of our new students, Marko Gasparovic, a talented pianist, who made this video of Oyfn pripetchik prior to begi...

Getting into the spirit with Nechemya Rosenfeld and Raphael Raffi Levi

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Daniel Epstein (’16) - Chukat-Balak: How to Live a Long Life
How do we spend our time? Should we be focused on the quality of each day or the quantity of our days? Rabbi Dan Epstein...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Daniel Epstein (’16) - Korach: Donkey Stories
What if donkeys read the Torah? Seems like a bizarre question to ask. Rabbi Daniel Epstein shares how this can actually ...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Daniel Epstein (’16) - Shlach: You Gotta Have Faith, Faith, Faith
There are spies both in the parsha and haftarah this week, but what is the difference between the two stories? What can ...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Daniel Epstein (’16) - Behaalotecha: Don't Curse the Darkness, Create Light
In Behaalotecha, two different groups of people come to Moshe with complaints. Those who missed Pesach because they were...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Josh Pernick (’19) - Bamidbar: The March of Flags
Flags have the power to evoke intense emotions and can often decide friend or foe. Flags make an appearance in this week...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Josh Pernick (’19) - Behar-Bechukotai: Living in Holy Time
The Torah directs us to sanctify natural time through the cycle of the moon and sun. But what is the meaning behind the ...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Eitan Cooper(’19) - Emor: Looking Beyond Ourselves
As we approach Shavuot, let's remember to pause and look beyond ourselves, even in the midst of our holiday celebrations...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Eitan Cooper(’19) - Achrei Mot-Kedoshim: Land of Milk and Honey—Exploring the Blessing of Israel
This week we celebrated Israel's 75th anniversary! Israel is often referred to as the “land flowing with milk and honey”...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Eitan Cooper(’19) - Tazria-Metzora: Hope in Heldenplatz
Standing in Heldenplatz Square, Vienna—the location of Hitler's infamous Anschluss speech—Rabbi Eitan Cooper and his wif...

Parashat Tazria: An important message from Rabbi Linzer on fertility and the laws of niddah. Please share widely.

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Eitan Cooper(’19) - Tzav: All Who Are Hungry—In And Out Of The House
What do you do when someone knocks on your door at the seder? Rabbi Eitan Cooper shares an idea from this week’s haftara...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Dr. Eli Yoggev (’17) - Vayikra: Let Go and Let God!
Why does the opening word of Parsha Vayikra contain a small aleph? Rabbi Dr. Yoggev shares a story from the Maggid of Du...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Dr. Eli Yoggev (’17) - Vayakhel-Pekudei: Making Shabbat Holy
Two stories from Rabbi Dr. Yoggev’s yeshiva days remind us that Shabbat is so much more than a day of rest. It is a day ...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Dr. Eli Yoggev (’17) - Ki Tisa: Every Bit Counts!
Why does our parsha require Am Yisrael to contribute a half-shekel instead of a full shekel to the mishkan? Rabbi Dr. El...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Dr. Eli Yoggev (’17) - Tetzaveh: Adar~The Month of Inclusion
Purim is just around the corner! What spiritual work should we be focusing on during the days leading into Purim and on ...

#ParshaWisdom by Rabbi Eliezer Lawrence - Terumah: Mistakes, Manuscripts and Mankind
Rashi makes a comment inconsistent with our version of the Torah. How could this happen? What can we learn from Rashi’s ...