Mayanot Moment: Parashat Vayeshev (7:14)
Despite all the pain and hardship Josef went through and having every excuse to be miserable at being in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Josef chose to look out for others and notice when they needed help. How was he able to achieve such a high level of selflessness?.
Rabbi Kasriel Shemtov (5)
The People v. Joseph's Brothers (45:39)
Experience biblical scholarship and courtroom drama as we explore the brothers' role in the sale of Joseph. Are they guilty of conspiracy, kidnapping, and human trafficking? Or are they innocent, having acted with good reason? Watch as the prosecution and defense pitch biblical commentaries against each other, and then vote on the verdict.
Hon. Andrew Kauffman (1)
A Dvar Torah and a Shameless Plug (1:43)
Series: 90 second Dvar Torah
Benny Friedman (35)
Going the Extra Mile (8:03)
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet (140)
Covenant & Conversation: Parshat Vayeshev (8:44)
Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks shares a fascinating insight into the ambiguity of the narrative of the splitting of the Reed Sea (not the Red Sea, as commonly believed). The chief rabbi of England presents a deep understanding of the story that imparts a moral lesson, an everlasting message of the limits of technology and human achievement
Series: Covenant & Conversation
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks (111)