August 27, 2020
Karen Wasserstein, one of our wonderful Halacha Mastery Program students, completed all the course requirements and received her certificate recently. Living in the Boston area, Karen started the program 3 years ago and as is common with our students with professional lives and family responsibilities, she joined the live classes when she could and did the rest on her own time. The HalachaMastery Program is a special advanced track of study open to men and
June 18, 2020
Over the millennia various technological advances have posed a challenge to halacha and yet our great sages have always referred back to our age old sources for answers and inspiration. In our upcoming new Halacha Mastery Program course Technology & Halacha with Rabbi Dovid Fink challenge your halachic mind by exploring a number of modern practical halachic issues. Journey through the halachic process from the Talmudic sources down through today’s leading poskim. Understand the halachic reasoning
May 11, 2020
Check out our new free, online live series Tales of Ailing Rabbis with Gila Fine. Suffering Is Precious: What, in the Talmud, is the worst disease of all? Can one treat a patient against his will? Is it fair to quarantine the sick? And what happens when a psychological treatment backfires? Join Gila Fine’s four-part series on talmudic tales of illness, exploring its medical, emotional, and social aspects, the challenges it poses and opportunities it provides.
April 20, 2020
Join us for this special WebYeshiva.org event. To sign up CLICK HERE This is a virtual tour – The best way to appreciate Yom HaZikaron (Israel’s Memorial Day) and Yom HaAtzmaut (Independence Day) is by going on a tiyul – walking through the land and reliving the miracles on location. Unfortunately, the current situation prevents even those who live here from doing that this year. So we’re going virtual – enabling people around the world to participate! In this virtual tour