Bereishit – Lesson VII – Kayin – the First Murder
Bereishit – Lesson VI – Kayin and Hevel
Bereishit – Lesson V – Good and Evil – In the Aftermath of The Sin in the Garden of Eden
Bereishit – Lesson IV – The Serpent and Tree of Knowledge
Bereishit – Lesson III – Let Us Make HaAdam
Bereishit – Lesson II – Six Days of Creation
Bereishit – Lesson 1 – Creation Ex Nihilo – Being from Nothingness
Torah purifies you to your pre gan eden state!
Biblical Perspectives on What Makes Us Human
An explanation of the Midrash describing the complaint of the moon and the shrinking of its size during the world’s Creation.
In this class (shiur) Mrs. Smiles inaugurates The Yearly Torah Cycle with thought-provoking ideas on Parshas Bereishit.
In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Hershel Reichman explains the concept of Creation, in which G-d created the world from nothingness. Based on the Kedushas Levi, the Chassidic work of Reb Levi Yitzchak Miberdichev, this class explores fundamental concepts of G-d’s goal in creation,and man’s purpose in this world
on Parshat Bereishit, Mrs. Shira Smiles takes a deeper look into the first Rashi in the Torah.
Mrs. Chana Prero discusses the story of Kayin and Hevel, the sons of Adam and Chava. The actions of Hevel and Kayin teach us how to serve G-d and do Teshuva (return to Him). This class does not assume any previous knowledge of Hebrew or of the Parsha.
In this shiur (class), , Rabbi Hershel Reichman explains the significance of the episode in this week’s parsha, Parshat Breishit, where Adam and Chava (Eve)’s sin upon eating from the Eitz HaDaaS (Tree of Knowledge). based on the Shem Mishmuel, Rabbi Reichman discusses man’s fundamental purpose of life according to Chassidic thought.
In this class on Parshat Bereishit, Rabbi Reichman discusses how the banishment of Adam from the Garden of Eden teaches us lifelong lessons, and in particular helps us understand the purpose of Jewish exile and suffering.
Rabbi Teller takes his students on a journey through the first parsha in the Torah, Parshat Bereishit. This basic class relates the topics, themes, and general storyline of the parsha in a captivating manner.