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Courses - Prepare for Passover 2015


March 8, 2015 through March 26, 2015



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Pesach Semester shiurim will run through March 26, 2015.
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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 Bava Metzia. This course is a continuation from a previous semester, though new students are encouraged to join. Previous lessons can be found here. read more

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Rabbi Chaim Brovender
Tuesday 8:00PM

In this 3-part series with Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Brovender, we will learn the laws of leaning at the Seder. We will start with an introduction to the concept that in each generation we are to see ourselves as though we left Egypt. We will discuss leaning during the four cups, and the idea of leaning while telling the story of the Exodus. We will conclude in the third read more

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Rabbi Dr. Stuart Fischman
Tuesday 1:00PM

One of the main components of the mitzvot of Passover is the consumption of Matzah at the Seder. Learn more about what is required and what it all means. read more

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Rabbi Dovid Fink
Monday 8:00PM

How much matsa must be eaten to fulfill the mitsva on Seder night? How big must the cup for Seder night be and how much wine must you drink? We will survey the opinions of the great authorities and draw conclusions based on their writings.   Sources are in Hebrew. In class we will translate and explain the sources.   read more

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Rabbi Avi Weinstein
Thursday 4:00AM

Rav Levi Yitzchak of Berdichev was renowned for his righteousness, and his sefer Kedushat Levy is a cornerstone of Chasidic thought. He always has some interesting things to say. In this three-week series we will be studying his Torah on Pesach which will enrich your seder in particular, and the Chag in general. Let's get ready!  read more

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Rabbi Avraham Chira
Thursday 9:00PM

Join us for this three-week series as we explore the hidden mysteries of the Ba'al Shem Tov, ​founding leader of Hassidut, as we explore ​his teachings on the Passover holiday. 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 3:00AM

In this series we will focus on the centerpiece of the Haggada based on the Maharal's book "Gevurot Hashem". Throught the three weeks, we will study three paragraphs central to the theme of the Haggada; Ha Lachma Anya (This is the Bread of Affliction), Ma Nishtana (How is this Night Different from All Other Nights?) and Avadim Hayinu (We Were Slaves). read more

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Rabbi Rafi Eis
Monday 10:00PM

The section of the four sons interrupts the Hagadda's telling and celebrating of the exodus from Egypt.  Our exploration will look at the reason for this section and what it reveals about the entire Haggadah.  The answer, of course, is that just like the 4+1 cups, there is also a fifth son. read more

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Rabbi Dr. Stuart Fischman
Sunday 1:00PM

Rav Shimon Gershon Rosenberg zt"l (known to the Israeli public as "Rav Shagar") was a creative Rosh Yeshiva and writer. He combined in his essays classic Hassidic ideas with modern values and arrived at original interpretations of the mitzvot. We will study three essays of Rav Shagar on the holiday of Pesach. read more

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Rabbi David Sedley
Wednesday 10:00PM

Each week of this three-part series we will start with a different topic from the Passover Seder and journey through various sources and ideas related to the topic, concluding with a deeper understanding of that part of the seder. Topics will include karpas, the four cups, and Chad Gadya. Join us and then impress your fellow seder-goers with your knowledge. read more

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Rabbi Dovid Fink
Wednesday 8:00PM

Ashkenazim do not eat rice and certain other legumes (kitniyot) on Pesach. We will examine the opinions of the leading poskim regarding the definition of kitniyot, its origin, and application in our times.   Is quinoa permitted on Pesach? Peanut oil? And what about canola oil?   Sources are in Hebrew. In class we will translate and explain the sources. read more

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Mishna/Gemara (Talmud)

Halacha (Jewish Law)

Chassidut & Kabbala

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By Rabbis & Teachers

Rabbi Chaim Brovender
Rabbi Avraham Chira
Rabbi Rafi Eis
Rabbi Dovid Fink
Rabbi Dr. Stuart Fischman
Mr. Mordechai Kaufman
Rabbi David Sedley
Rabbi Avi Weinstein
Rabbi Yitzhak Zuriel

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