Parshat HaShavua

Parshat HaShavua

We are pleased to feature a different Religious Zionist rabbi each week from around the country to share a Dvar Torah. 

Parshat Tzav by Rabbi Dr. Jerold Isenberg

Parshat Tzav by Rabbi Dr. Jerold Isenberg

Rabbi Dr. Isenberg is the National Director of Religious Zionists of Chicago. The Midrash (Vayikra Rabba 9:1) relates the pasuk in Parashat Tzav (7:2): ואם על־תודה יקריבנו In our days, when we have no opportunity to bring korbanot, our speech, through daily tefilot,...

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Parshat Vayikra by Rabbi Daniel Cohen

Parshat Vayikra by Rabbi Daniel Cohen

Rabbi Cohen is the rabbi of Congregation Agudath Sholom in Stamford, CT. "I am a stranger and a citizen among you". (Genesis 23:4) – We are on a Mission from God These words of Avraham to the inhabitants of Canaan embody the dual role of Jews throughout the...

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Parshat Yitro by Rabbi Adam Starr

Parshat Yitro by Rabbi Adam Starr

Rabbi Starr is the rabbi of Young Israel of Toco Hills in Atlanta, GA. Moshe, the fearless leader of the Jewish people, left the comforts of royalty to lead his enslaved brethren, and led the people out of Egypt culminating with the splitting of the sea. But Moshe is...

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“Parshat Beshalach” by Rabbi Chaim Marcus

“Parshat Beshalach” by Rabbi Chaim Marcus

Rabbi Marcus is the rabbi of Congregation Israel in Springfield, NJ. Earlier this week, on the 10th of Shevat, was the yahrzeit of Rav Yissachar Shlomo Teichtal hy"d, the author of a sefer written during the dark days of the Shoah, Eim HaBanim Semeichah, a work that...

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“Parshat Va’era” by Rabbi Yechiel Morris

“Parshat Va’era” by Rabbi Yechiel Morris

Rabbi Morris is the rabbi of Young Israel of Southfield in Southfield, MI. After his initial failure in Parshat Shemot to achieve freedom for the Jewish people, Moshe once again was instructed by Hashem to confront Pharaoh with his demands for emancipation.  This new...

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