• August 12, 2020
  • 22 5780, Av
  • פרשת ראה

Rabbinic Perspectives on the 13 Midot

Rabbinic Perspectives on the 13 Midot
Join Rabbi Yitzhak Zuriel as he learns selections from the Talmud on the thirteen attributes of divine mercy. Introduced to Moshe Rabbeinu and the Jewish People after the sin of the golden calf, the 13 Midot, as they are otherwise known, are a special formula given to us by God to ‘remind’ Him of His everlasting mercy. How did the great sages of the Gemara view the 13 Midot and how did their perspectives lay the groundwork for much of today’s Yom Kippur liturgy?

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August 25, 2020
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September 17, 2020 3:00 am - 4:00 am
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Rabbi Yitzhak Zuriel has been enjoying guiding students in how to learn and understand Talmud at WebYeshiva.org since its founding. He began his teaching career as a teacher and educational director at Michlelet Bruria in the 1980s. For over 20 years, he has been working as a software engineer in Jerusalem, and during that time has been an editor and contributor to the company NDS's Torah journal, Chiddushei Torah@NDS, that was published annually from 1996-2014 . He and his wife reside in Ma'ale Adumim and are parents to five children and have many grandchildren.