‍‍22 Adar 5772 - 03/15/12

Final Triennial Torah Reading

Simchat Torah for the Triennial Torah Reading Cycle

Shalom Chaverim. We have reached the final pericope of Mordechai (Mark) and D’barim.  We will be discussing the concluding remarks of the Torah and the Nazarean Codicil.

We will do a superficial review of the Amalek and then launch out into the depths of these final words to see what relevance they might have.

We will look at the three titles for the B’ne Yisrael to see what they tell us. We will also look at the cryptic passage from Jude which tells us that Michael the archangel argued over the body of Moshe. What could Jude (Hakham Tsefet’s scribe) possibly have been saying.  The class will deepen when we take a deeper look at all the snakes of the past pericope and further relevance.

Class Materials below

‍‍23 Kislev 5772 - 12/19/11

Mesorah of Mark 119E

Mesorah of Mark 119E

After a superficial overview this Class looked at the connection between the Year of Release (Shemitah) and the Nazarean codicil’s presentation of the account of Bar Abba (Barabbas) and Pilates yielding to the Tz’dukim (Sadducean High Priest)

This class also took a look at the ancient Homiletic Sermon style (Yelammednu Rabbenu) of the First century.

Teaching Materials at Keslev 14, 5772

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‍‍23 Kislev 5772 - 12/18/11

Keslev 21, 5772

Triennial Torah Readings for Keslev 21, 5772

D’barim (Deut.) 15:7 -16:17

Ashlamatah: Amos 8:4-10 + 9:13-15

Psalm 119:137-176

N.C.: Mark 15:16-21

‍‍20 Kislev 5772 - 12/15/11

Mesorah of Mark 119E

Tonight’s Torah Focus, Thursday Night Live

Firstly we must apologize because there will be no Coveritlive connection for class interaction as Dr Elisheva is ill and unable to operate the Coveritlive system.

Our Class will look at the connection between the Year of Release (Shemitah) and the Nazarean codicil’s presentation of the account of Bar Abba (Barabbas) and Pilates yeilding to the Tz’dukim (Sadducean High Priest)

This class will be an interesting class as we will take the material from and ancient Homiletic Teaching style of the First century.

Teaching Materials at Keslev 14, 5772

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‍‍17 Kislev 5772 - 12/12/11

Mesorah of Mark Review #2

Mesorah of Mark in review #2

In this Torah Focus class we continue to reviewed the components of the “Mesorah” of Mark.

Why do we call the class or “MESORAH” of Mark?

What is Mesorah?

Is Mark the only Mesorah?

Are the other “Gospels” Mesorah?

What about the Hebrew word B’sorah (Besorah)?

How does Mark and the the other “Gospels relate to the Torah?

How does Mark and the other “Gospels” relate to the Oral Torah?

Was Hakham Tsefet (Peter) really a dumb fisherman? Or was he a halakhic genius?

These questions and more…

Download study materials at Keslev 07 5772

‍‍17 Kislev 5772 - 12/12/11

Keslev 14, 5772

Torah Readings for Keslev 14, 5772

D’barim (Deut.) 14:1 – 15:6

Ashlamatah: Is. 63:8-16 + 65:9

Psalm 119: 105-136

N.C.: Mark 15:6-15

‍‍11 Kislev 5772 - 12/6/11

Mesorah of Mark a Review

Mesorah of Mark in review

In this Torah Focus class we reviewed the components of the “Mesorah” of Mark.

Why do we call the class or “MESORAH” of Mark?

What is Mesorah?

Is Mark the only Mesorah?

Are the other “Gospels” Mesorah?

What about the Hebrew word B’sorah (Besorah)?

How does Mark and the the other “Gospels relate to the Torah?

How does Mark and the other “Gospels” relate to the Oral Torah?

These questions and more…

Download study materials at Heshvan 29, 5772

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Shalom