Ki Tavo

Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8

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To read the full text in English and Hebrew, click here: Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8

In this Torah portion, Moses instructs the Israelites regarding the first fruit offering. Moses then lists the blessings the people will enjoy if they keep the commandments, and the punishments they will suffer for disobeying them.

Click here for a summary of Ki Tavo
Click here for a summary of the Haftarah for Ki Tavo

fruit
Moses explains the first fruit offering.

Text Studies

Social Action and Environmentalism

The Worst Curse
Rabbi Avi Weinstein, Hillel 
Affirming Responsibility
Rabbi Dorothy Richman, AJWS

 

Curses & Blessings
Rabbi Andrew Klein, Union for Reform Judaism

 

A Covenant of Action
Rabbi Jessica Marshall, AJWS

 

It’s the Joy, Not the Oy
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, Kolel

 

First Fruits
Leiba Chaya David, Canfei Nesharim

 

Private Feelings, Public Consequences
Nina Wouk, socialaction.com

 

From the Denominations

Pluralism and Outreach

Love is Not the Opposite of Hate
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University

 

History & Memory
Rabbi Irwin Kula, CLAL

 

The Order of Disorder
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, JTS

 

Blessings From Strangers
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Big Tent Judaism

 

Twice Warned
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein, Orthodox Union


Ritual Reinforcement
Lyn Geller, UJA-Federation of New York

 

Zionism & First Fruits
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowships

 

Multimedia

Transitions & Israel
Alice Shalvi, Women of Reform Judaism

 

Parshat Ki Tavo Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

 

Parshat Ki Tavo Challah
Julie Seltzer

 

Parashat Ki Tavo for Families
Torah Topics for Families





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To read the full text in English and Hebrew, click here: Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8

In this Torah portion, Moses instructs the Israelites regarding the first fruit offering. Moses then lists the blessings the people will enjoy if they keep the commandments, and the punishments they will suffer for disobeying them.

Click here for a summary of Ki Tavo
Click here for a summary of the Haftarah for Ki Tavo

fruit
Moses explains the first fruit offering.

Text Studies

Social Action and Environmentalism

The Worst Curse
Rabbi Avi Weinstein, Hillel 
Affirming Responsibility
Rabbi Dorothy Richman, AJWS

 

Curses & Blessings
Rabbi Andrew Klein, Union for Reform Judaism

 

A Covenant of Action
Rabbi Jessica Marshall, AJWS

 

It’s the Joy, Not the Oy
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, Kolel

 

First Fruits
Leiba Chaya David, Canfei Nesharim

 

Private Feelings, Public Consequences
Nina Wouk, socialaction.com

 

From the Denominations

Pluralism and Outreach

Love is Not the Opposite of Hate
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University

 

History & Memory
Rabbi Irwin Kula, CLAL

 

The Order of Disorder
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, JTS

 

Blessings From Strangers
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Big Tent Judaism

 

Twice Warned
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein, Orthodox Union


Ritual Reinforcement
Lyn Geller, UJA-Federation of New York

 

Zionism & First Fruits
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowships

 

Multimedia

Transitions & Israel
Alice Shalvi, Women of Reform Judaism

 

Parshat Ki Tavo Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

 

Parshat Ki Tavo Challah
Julie Seltzer

 

Parashat Ki Tavo for Families
Torah Topics for Families





Return to the index of weekly Torah portions.

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