parsha in a nutshell
Chabad’s Parshah in a Nutshell – Odon Obadyah
Pinchas in a Nutshell. Numbers 25:10–30:1. Aaron ’s grandson Pinchas is rewarded for his act of zealotry in killing the Simeonite prince Zimri and the Midianite princess who was his paramour: Gd grants him a covenant of peace and the priesthood. A census of the people counts 601,730 men between the ages of twenty and sixty.
PARSHAH in a nutshell Mishpatim Chabad.org
PARSHAH in a nutshell Mishpatim Exodus 21:124:18 Following the revelation at Sinai, Gd legislates a series of lawsfor the people of Israel.These include the laws of the indentured servant; the penalties for murder, kidnapping, assault and theft; civil laws per
Parsha in a Nutshell parshat devarim (this weeks torah
Parsha in a Nutshell. PARSHAH in a nutshell Mishpatim Exodus 21:124:18 Following the revelation at Sinai, Gd legislates a series of lawsfor the people of Israel.These include the laws of the indentured servant; the penalties for murder, kidnapping, assault and theft; civil laws per Four Quick Insights from the Rebbe on the Parshah Pinchas.
Ki Teitzei in a Nutshell Texts & Summaries Parshah
Ki Teitzei in a Nutshell. Seventyfour of the Torah ’s 613 commandments ( mitzvot) are in the Parshah of Ki Teitzei. These include the laws of the beautiful captive, the inheritance rights of the firstborn, the wayward and rebellious son, burial and dignity of the dead, returning a lost object, sending away the mother bird before taking her
Parshas Bo in a Nutshell
Hashem commands Moshe and Moshe warns Pharaoh that if doesn’t let them go, all firstborns in Egypt will die; Hashem instruct Klal Yisrael to ask the Egyptions for silver and gold vessels
Eikev in a Nutshell Texts & Summaries Parshah
Eikev in a Nutshell. In the Parshah of Eikev (“Because”), Moses continues his closing address to the children of Israel, promising them that if they will fulfill the commandments (mitzvot) of the Torah, they will prosper in the Land they are about to conquer and settle in keeping with Gd ’s
Bo in a Nutshell Texts & Summaries Parshah
Bo in a Nutshell Exodus 10:1–13:16 The last three of the Ten Plagues are visited on Egypt: a swarm of locusts devours all the crops and greenery; a thick, palpable darkness envelops the land; and all the firstborn of Egypt are killed at the stroke of midnight of the 15th of the month of Nissan .
Devarim in a Nutshell Texts & Summaries Parshah
Devarim is a plural word. The root is Davar which means, word, speech, or thing. So "devarim" means words, speech, or things. I agree with Yirmiyahu Ben Azriel that words is the best translation in this context. Devarim is not the Hebrew word for Deuteronomy. Deuteronomy is Greek for "second law." The nonJewish names for the five books of