The Temple Institute on BalakThe weekly Torah portion from the Old City of Jerusalem.
The Temple Institute on ChukatTorah from the Old City of Jerusalem.
Temple Institute on KorachThis parsha's story is an object lesson in how womenof valour acted in the desert.
The Temple Institute on ShlachWeekly Torah Study with Rabbi Chaim Richman.
The Temple Institute on BehaalotchaTorah from the Temple Institute, Old City of Jerusalem.
Temple Talk for NasoDvar Torah from the Temple Institute, Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem.
The Temple Institute: Unity on ShavuotThe theme of unity unites Jerusalem Day, the Torah reading for this week and the Shavuot holiday that begins, this year, when Shabbat is over.
Modern Day Miracle: A Shiur for Jerualem DayJerusalem Day reminds us of a recent miracle of Biblical proportions. It happened just 45 years ago.
Bechukotai: Everyone has a ChoiceTorah from the Temple Institute in Jerusalem for the last Torah portion of Vayikra (Leviticus), read both in Israel and the Diaspora (which also reads Behar) this week.
Behar (Israel): The Land's SabbathWhat is the connection between Sinai and Shemitta (the land's Sabbath)?
Emor: Time and Space with G-d (Israel Reading)This video is for the reading in Israel, which is Parshat Emor.
Amazing Lecture on YitroA clear exposition of the significance of Yitro's importance in this Torah portion.
The Rules are in His HandsThe ten plagues unraveled the fabric of creation. The rules are in His hands.
The BlindersWhy didn't the brothers respond to Yosef right away? Imagine their shock. And think of redemption.
This Week's Torah Reading: VayishlachA review of the Torah reading with a discussion of Yaakov's wrestling with the angel.
Avraham and Sarah, The Perfect CoupleChayei Sara (Genesis 23:1-25:18). Parashat Chayei Sara is read on Shabbat: Cheshvan 22, 5772/November 19, 2011.
Why Intercede for Sodom?A deep and thought provoking analysis of Parshat Vayera's issues. Worth listening to.
The Story of a Giant for All TimesParshat Noach (Genesis 6:9-11:32) is read on Shabbat Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan 5772/October 29, 2011, Rabbi Richman's insightful analysis of this reading is below.