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Shiurim on Chumash and Navi by Menachem Leibtag
In Memory of Rabbi Avraham Leibtag (1 Shvat, 5682 - 5 Adar, 5756)

for PARSHAT MISHPATIM

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Shiur #1: When did Bnei Yisrael say na'aseh v'nishmah?
Shiur #2: The Laws of Parshat Mishpatim: An Educational Progression
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When did Bnei Yisrael say Na'aseh v'Nishmah?
When did Bnei Yisrael declare "Na'aseh V'nishma"? Most of us would probably answer: before they received the Ten Commandments (Rashi's opinion). However, many other commentators (including Ramban) disagree! In this week's shiur, as we study the overall structure of Parshat Mishpatim (and its connection to Parshat Yitro), we will uncover the source of this controversy. Online:
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The Laws of Parshat Mishpatim: An Educational Progression
In our second shiur on Parshat Mishpatim, we return to the KO TOMAR unit (i.e. 20:19->23:33, as defined in our first shiur) in an attempt to understand its internal structure and purpose. Considering that this unit is the FIRST complete set of mitzvot that Bnei Yisrael receive after the Ten Commandments, we should expect to find particular significance latent therein. Online:
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