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Vayeishev

The Quest to Reestablish the Bible’s Sacred Space- Not My Brother’s Keeper

Once the covenantal family grows, so do threats to its unity. Brotherly hatred puts the viability of the covenantal family at risk, and threatens to derail the realization of life on the covenantal land. This is part 9 of a 12-part series sponsored in memory of Ellen Goodstein Koplow and Joan Silverstein Meyers. To access the full series, please go to www.drisha.org/sacredspace.

The Quest to Reestablish the Bible’s Sacred Space- The Path to Redemption

The episode of Judah and Tamar holds the key to the survival of the patriarchal family. Through his confession, Judah, inspired by Tamar, learns the powerful lesson of responsibility, thereby putting the family on the path to redemption. This is part 10 of a 12-part series sponsored in memory of Ellen Goodstein Koplow and Joan Silverstein Meyers. To access the full series, please go to www.drisha.org/sacredspace.

5-Minute Divrei Torah

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Yitzhak Berger


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Nathaniel Helfgot


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Jon Kelsen


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David Silber


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Ben Skydell


Recorded Classes

Zvi Grumet

Yehuda and David: Two Models of Teshuva
The structures of Yehuda and David's narratives bear striking similarities. What do they teach us about each other?
Listen 30/10/2009

Nathaniel Helfgot

Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 08/12/2009
Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 16/12/2008
Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 27/11/2007

David Silber

Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 01/12/2015
Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 09/12/2014
Parashat Vayeshev: The Story of Joseph
In this session we look at the beginning of the story of Joesph.
Listen 19/11/2013
Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 04/12/2012
Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 14/12/2011
Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 23/11/2010
The Judah and Tamar Episode
The Book of Ruth, Part 1: Rabbi David Silber explores the intricate relationship of two of Genesis’ most fascinating players, Judah and Tamar.
Listen 29/01/2008
Parashat Vayeishev
Listen 20/12/2005

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