Rosner’s Torah Talk Collection: Parshat Re’eh
Today we present a collection of past Torah Talks on Re’eh. Five rabbis – five viewpoints.
In this Week’s Torah Portion – Parashat Re’eh (Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17) – Moses continues speaking to the people of Israel right before he passes away and before they cross the Jordan River and enter the Promised Land. Moses asks them to recite certain blessings and curses on Mount Grizzim and Mount Ebal after they enter Israel. He demands that they destroy all remnants of idolatry from the Promised Land and asks them to choose a city which will host the Holy Temple. The Parasha also discusses false prophets, kashrut, the sabbatical year and charity. Our discussion focuses on the imperative to “open your hand,” “not harden your heart” and “lend whatever is sufficient to meet the need.”
Parashat Re’eh with Rabbi Bradley Artson
Parashat Re’eh with Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Parashat Re’eh with Rabbi Ben Elton
Parshat Re’eh with Rabbi Deborah Silver
Parashat Re’eh with Rabbi Baht Yameem Weiss