This week we move closer to the heart of Torah as we begin the book of Vayikra – “G-d called.” G-d’s message to Moses as this book begins is about the sacrifices our ancestors were to make as they moved through life. As we read through this Book over the next few weeks, we will […]
The Olah is completely consumed The Minchah is very perfumed Zevach Shelamim: Sacrifice of well being But with Asham and Chatat sin’s presumed
How widely do we draw the circle of self and community? Can we invite in the other? A talk on Vayikra/Leviticus by Rabbi David Ingber. For more information please visit romemu.org. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/jcastnetwork.com/storage/romemu/066.mp3Podcast: Download
In this episode of Verse Per Verse, Amichai explore the torah portion Vayikra, the first portion in the bok of Leviticus.
The word that Amichai chooses to explore this week comes from Vayikra, Chapter One, Verse Two. The word is Korban. It is most often translated as offering, or sacrifice. Amichai explores the background to those words, and asks us to consider what they could mean, and how we could make the word personal to us today.
Sometimes being Jewish can feel expensive, and at first glance the sacrificial system looks quite costly, but back then, they had a way of making Judaism affordable for all, and perhaps today we can learn the lessons and apply them to our communities. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/JCastNetwork.com/storage/TwoMinutes/006.mp3Podcast: Download
Rabbi David Ingber March 11, 2011 on Parshat Vayikra. For more information please visit romemu.org. http://media.blubrry.com/jcasttotalfeed/p/www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/jcastnetwork.com/storage/romemu/020.mp3Podcast: Download
WARNING! This post contains material which may be disturbing to some readers. If you are squeamish, a vegetarian, or passionate about animal rights, you may want to quickly exit this site and avoid engaging in the study of this week’s Torah Portion, Vayikra. For you brave folks who’ve chosen to remain, Vayikra (the first Portion […]