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Sunday, July 2, 2006

Parsha of the Week: Chukas/Balak - פרשת חקת/בלק

1. Chukas
by Rabbi Avi Geller
Lecture is approx. 60 minutes.
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A description of this class as found on Aish Audio:

Rabbi Avi Geller presents the five central books of Judaism with lively enthusiasm and humor. Each talk covers all the events of the weekly Torah portion, plus major commentaries and basic concepts and tenets of Judaism.

2. Chukas/Balak : The Hidden Reasons
by Rabbi Yerachmiel Milstein
Lecture is approx. 37 minutes.
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A description of this class as found on Aish Audio:

Some Divine decrees were given, but how come reasons were not given for the rational mitzvot? Are we really expected to do things we don't understand? Hear an interesting discussion on this thorny issue plus other insights from the weekly parsha - such as when the wandering Jews encountered the greatest non-Jewish prophet, Bilaam, and his multiple attempts to curse them in the desert.

3. Chukas: The Empowering Paradox
by Rabbi Abba Wagensberg
Lecture is approx. 85 minutes.
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A description of this class as found on Aish Audio:

If you usually skip over parsha talks, give a listen to Rabbi Wagensberg! His dynamic style gives an exciting twist to each week's parsha, often coming from a new vantage point.

4. Balak
by Rabbi Avi Geller
Lecture is approx. 73 minutes.
Click here to listen with Windows Media Player

A description of this class as found on Aish Audio:

Rabbi Avi Geller presents the five central books of Judaism with lively enthusiasm and humor. Each talk covers all the events of the weekly Torah portion, plus major commentaries and basic concepts and tenets of Judaism.

5. Balak
by Rabbi Ari Kahn
Lecture is approx. 44 minutes.
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A description of this class as found on Aish Audio:

Rabbi Ari Kahn probes issues and events within the weekly Torah portion. His unique insight adds an additional flavor to our familiar Bible stories. Drawing from midrashic and mystical sources, valuable lessons are brought to the surface from cryptic texts. His interesting perspective and inquisitive nature will open yet another door to your weekly parsha experience.

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