Lesson Tag: Teshuvah

2. Parashat Teshuva

Devarim 30, 1-10. Parashat HaShavua, last Shabbat of 5782. In Devarim 30, 1-10, Moshe describes religious, personal, and historical aspects of Teshuvah. Close reading of the text shows the steps toward Teshuvah and present its development. Its messages will also be discussed.

1. Book of Yonah

The Book of Yonah is the Haftarah for Minchah on Yom Kippur. The structure and meaning of the Book of Yonah are presented based on textual analysis. By close reading of selected texts and the historical background, the Biblical messages and their relevance for Yom Kippur are presented.

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