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Courses - Elul 5774


August 31, 2014 through October 2, 2014



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Elul Semester shiurim will run through October 2, 2014.
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Rabbi Chaim Brovender
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:00AM

This class will meet three times a week to learn an in-depth analysis of the Gemara. This semester we will learn the section of Tractate Sukkot starting from Daf 8. read more

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Rabbi Chaim Brovender
Tuesday 8:00PM

In this course Rabbi Brovender will delve into the story of Noach and the flood through an in-depth learning of the text. For previous classes on this topic please click here. read more

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Rabbi Avi Weinstein
Thursday 4:00AM

The Kedushat Levy, Rabbi Levy Yitzchak of Berditchev, was renowned especially for his love of Israel, but he also was a great master of Chasidic thought. His classic work is both erudite and inspiring; a perfect combination for the month of Elul. In this course we will study the Kedushat Levy's Drasha (lecture) on Rosh Hashanah and gain inspiration for our prayers. read more

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Mr. Mordechai Kaufman
Monday 3:00AM

This class will study Maimonides' major philosophical work, The Guide for the Perplexed. Although it is a continuation from previous semesters, new students are encouraged to join. For previous classes please click here. read more

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Rabbi Chaim Brovender
Sunday, Thursday 8:00PM

Rabbi Chaim Brovender, Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Fink & Rabbi Geller introduce the new WebYeshiva.org Halacha Mastery Program with these two special classes, available for free to perspective candidates interested in learning more about the program. Click here to learn more about the WebYeshiva.org Halacha Mastery Program. read more

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Rabbi Jesse Horn
Wednesday 9:00PM

This class looks at several topics dealing with teshuva; including Biblical characters who both did and didn't do teshuva, how the Torah addresses it, and more.  Perhaps more important than the textual analysis is the goal in uncovering what the Rabbis saw that triggered some of their perplexing comments. read more

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Rabbi Avraham Chira
Thursday 9:00PM

Each week we will learn about Elul, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Succot, Shmeini Atzeret, with the appropriate meditations to these holy days, and practice them together on-line. read more

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Rabbi Dr. Stuart Fischman
Tuesday 1:00PM

The Torah commands that for seven days we shall dwell in booths and to shake the lulav (palm branch) and etrog (citrus fruit from the "Hadar tree"). What does this mean, what is required of us, and what is the significance of these laws? read more

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Rabbi Yehoshua Geller
Thursday 10:00PM

Learn the Book of Iyov (Job) in depth and along the way learn about the bigger picture and secrets of life. What is the purpose of the troubling story? Is there a greater meaning to life's events? How can we cope when life gives us lemons? To view previous shiurim in this series, please click here. read more

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Rabbi Chaim Brovender
Sunday 9:00PM

Messilat Yesharim, by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto, is a Jewish philosophy work aimed at the perfection of character. In this course Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Brovender will be studying the text to apply these lessons into our daily lives and prepare for the high holidays. read more

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Rabbi Shlomo Katz
Monday 8:30PM

Learn Parashat Hashavua with the Divrei Torah of Reb Shlomo Carlebach zts". This course will be broadcast live from Rabbi Shlomo Katz's home in Neve Daniel. For previous Parshiyot please click here. read more

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Rabbi Yitzhak Zuriel
Tuesday, Thursday 6:00AM

A basic-level gemara course that aims primarily to improve the student's ability to logically parse a gemara sugya. Later on in the semester, the shiur will begin to focus more on understanding Rashi's approach as a commentator and innovator. Some of the comments and innovations of Tosafot will also be included as time goes on. The shiur is appropriate for students with a range of backgrounds who want to read more

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Mr. Mordechai Kaufman
Monday 4:00AM

In this course we will learn Rebbe Nachman's Masterpiece of Chassidut, Likutei Moharan, in which we will explore some of the basic Lurianic Kabbalistic foundations upon which the creative genius of Rebbe Nachman's system of personal Tikun is built having as its ultimate objective nothing less than the perception and connection to Hashem. For the previous classes in this course, please click here. read more

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Rabbi Yehoshua Geller
Sunday 10:00PM

In this course we will delve into the deeper meaning of the Tehillim, Psalms which are included in the services of the High Holidays. read more

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Rabbi David Sedley
Wednesday 10:00PM

The Talmud is full of stories of repentance. In this course we will explore some of these and extrapolate the relevance to our daily lives. How can we become better people? What is required to achieve repentance? read more

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Rabbi Dr. Stuart Fischman
Sunday 1:00PM

   During this year's Elul z'man we will be learning the מוסר work, שערי תשובה  (Gates of Repentance), which was written in the 13th century by Rabeinu Yonah, who lived in Spain. שערי תשובה  is not a book which is easy to read. Even more than חובות הלבבות which we studied during the past year (and to which we will return, בלי נדר, during the coming winter) שערי תשובה read more

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Rabbi Dovid Fink
Sunday 8:00PM

“All its paths are paths of peace (Proverbs 3:17).” Halacha (Darkhei Shalom) demands that an atmosphere of peace in all our interactions with others. In this series we will explore the limits of this principle. When is it correct to set aside other Torah considerations in favor of maintaining peaceful relationships with others? Our primary texts are in Hebrew; in class we will translate and explain them. read more

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Rabbi Yehoshua Geller
Thursday 10:00PM

What are we striving for? What are we praying for? How do the prayers our sages compose express those ideas? In the shiur we look to understand the structure of the prayers to make the most out of our Yom Kippur experience. read more

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Rabbi Chaim Brovender
Tuesday 9:15AM

For questions about how to log in please email support@webyeshiva.org or call (0)3-900-3015 (Israel) or (646) 977-7978 (United States). Tuesday, August 5 First Session Shacharit (Morning Prayer Services) at Beit Knesset Shir Hadash 8:15 AM Israel time Rechov Cheil Nashim 4, Katamon, Jerusalem. Click here for a map. This will not be broadcasted. ~~~ Explanatory Kinot Service with Rabbi Chaim Brovender 9:15-11:15 AM Israel time 7:15-9:15 AM London time read more

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Rabbi Dovid Fink
Wednesday 8:00PM

Confession is an essential element in the process of repentance. In this series we will survey the opinions of the great authorities defining exactly how and when to confess your sins. Our primary texts are in Hebrew; in class we will translate and explain them. read more

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Mishna/Gemara (Talmud)

Navi / Ketuvim (Bible: Prophets/Writings)

Chumash (Bible: Torah)

Halacha (Jewish Law)

Chassidut & Kabbala

Machshava (Jewish Thought)

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By Rabbis & Teachers

Rabbi Chaim Brovender
Rabbi Avraham Chira
Rabbi Dovid Fink
Rabbi Dr. Stuart Fischman
Rabbi Yehoshua Geller
Rabbi Jesse Horn
Rabbi Shlomo Katz
Mr. Mordechai Kaufman
Rabbi David Sedley
Rabbi Avi Weinstein
Rabbi Yitzhak Zuriel

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