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Selichot: Keys to Forgiveness, Part II By: Rabbi Avishai David
In this Torah shiur (class) on the Selichot prayers, Rabbi Avishai David explicates the Selichot, specifically the themes of repentance and forgiveness.  One of the main themes of the Selichos is that our neshama is incorruptable, and we must use this opportunity to return the part of ourselves that remains pure despite our sins.  This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.





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Class: Elul, Rosh Hashana, and Yom Kippur: Days of Closeness and Awe

Added: September 16, 2009

Class Number: 16 of 41

Time: 51:05

Topics: Elul / Rosh Chodesh / Teshuva / Yom Kippur

 

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