Ki Tetze

Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19

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In this Torah portion, Moses delivers specific rules about proper family relationships. He continues with laws involving many aspects of daily living, justice, family responsibility, work, and sexuality.




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

shatnez
One law concerning daily living
prohibits the mixing of wool and linen.

Text Studies

Social Action and Environmentalism

Social Responsibilities
Rabbi Toby Manewith, Hillel
Women & War
Rachel Farbiarz, AJWS
Remember! Don’t Forget!
Richard Abrams, Union for Reform Judaism
The Stubborn & Rebellious Son
Evan Wolkenstein, AJWS
All is Not Fair in Love & War
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, Kolel
Unguarded Roofs
Aaron Dorfman, AJWS
Child Laborers
Rabbi Justin David, socialaction.com
Compassion That Can Bring Messiah
Rabbi Dovid Sears, Canfei Nesharim

From the Denominations

Pluralism and Outreach

Let’s Get Physical!
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish Unversity
Every Act is Significant
Rabbi Irving Greenberg, CLAL
Our God, Our Matchmaker
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, JTS
Generational Tension
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Jewish Outreach Institute
And Your Camp(s) Shall Be Holy
Rabbi Avraham Fischer, Orthodox Union
Decisions & Consequences
Heidi Rome, UJA-Federation of New York
Synthesizing the Influences of Our Parents
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowships

Multimedia

Tzaraat & Memory
Judith Plaskow, Women of Reform Judaism
Parashat Ki Tetze Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies
Parashat Ki Tetze Challah
Julie Seltzer
Parashat Ki Tetze for Families
Torah Topics for Families





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In this Torah portion, Moses delivers specific rules about proper family relationships. He continues with laws involving many aspects of daily living, justice, family responsibility, work, and sexuality.




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

shatnez
One law concerning daily living
prohibits the mixing of wool and linen.

Text Studies

Social Action and Environmentalism

Social Responsibilities
Rabbi Toby Manewith, Hillel
Women & War
Rachel Farbiarz, AJWS
Remember! Don’t Forget!
Richard Abrams, Union for Reform Judaism
The Stubborn & Rebellious Son
Evan Wolkenstein, AJWS
All is Not Fair in Love & War
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, Kolel
Unguarded Roofs
Aaron Dorfman, AJWS
Child Laborers
Rabbi Justin David, socialaction.com
Compassion That Can Bring Messiah
Rabbi Dovid Sears, Canfei Nesharim

From the Denominations

Pluralism and Outreach

Let’s Get Physical!
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish Unversity
Every Act is Significant
Rabbi Irving Greenberg, CLAL
Our God, Our Matchmaker
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, JTS
Generational Tension
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Jewish Outreach Institute
And Your Camp(s) Shall Be Holy
Rabbi Avraham Fischer, Orthodox Union
Decisions & Consequences
Heidi Rome, UJA-Federation of New York
Synthesizing the Influences of Our Parents
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowships

Multimedia

Tzaraat & Memory
Judith Plaskow, Women of Reform Judaism
Parashat Ki Tetze Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies
Parashat Ki Tetze Challah
Julie Seltzer
Parashat Ki Tetze for Families
Torah Topics for Families





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