Vayikra

Leviticus 1:1-6:7

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For the full text in Hebrew and English, click here: Leviticus 1:1-6:7

In this Torah portion, God describes the laws of animal sacrifice. God explains the different sacrifices that atone for guilt or sins, and distinguishes between sins committed inadvertently and sins committed on purpose. For many crimes, animal sacrifice is a way to gain forgiveness from God.

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animal sacrifice
God describes the laws of sacrifice.

Text Studies

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We Were All Chosen
Rabbi Avi Weinstein, Hillel

 

Obligation & Volunteerism
Alana Alpert, AJWS
Spirituality of Business Ethics
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, KOLEL


Not Ours to Discard
Evan Wolkenstein, AJWS
Sacrifices Are Alive & Well
Deborah Wettes, Union for Reform Judaism

 

Striving for I-Thou
Eleanor Steinman, AJWS
 What Silence Conceals and Reveals
Rabbi Rachel Barenblat

 

The Truth of Social Justice
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Guilt Offerings & the Global Climate
Jonathan Neril & Shlomo Levin, Canfei Nesharim
 

From the Denominations

 

Pluralism and Outreach

 

The Value of Animal Sacrifices
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University

 

Loving & Casual Relationships
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowship
Addressing Our Loved Ones
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, JTS
An Invitation Into the Tent
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Big Tent Judaism

 

The Role of Sacrifices
Rabbi Steven Weil, Orthodox Union

 

Holiness is Life
Reuven Kimelman, CLAL
Slippery With Blood
Rabbi Janet Marder, Women of Reform Judaism

 

Family and Fun

 
Parashat Vayikra for Families
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Parashat Vayikra Quiz
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For the full text in Hebrew and English, click here: Leviticus 1:1-6:7

In this Torah portion, God describes the laws of animal sacrifice. God explains the different sacrifices that atone for guilt or sins, and distinguishes between sins committed inadvertently and sins committed on purpose. For many crimes, animal sacrifice is a way to gain forgiveness from God.

Click here for a summary of Vayikra
Click here for a summary of the Haftarah
for Vayikra.

animal sacrifice
God describes the laws of sacrifice.

Text Studies

Social Action and Environmentalism

We Were All Chosen
Rabbi Avi Weinstein, Hillel

 

Obligation & Volunteerism
Alana Alpert, AJWS
Spirituality of Business Ethics
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, KOLEL


Not Ours to Discard
Evan Wolkenstein, AJWS
Sacrifices Are Alive & Well
Deborah Wettes, Union for Reform Judaism

 

Striving for I-Thou
Eleanor Steinman, AJWS
 What Silence Conceals and Reveals
Rabbi Rachel Barenblat

 

The Truth of Social Justice
Rabbi Justin David, socialaction.com
Guilt Offerings & the Global Climate
Jonathan Neril & Shlomo Levin, Canfei Nesharim
 

From the Denominations

 

Pluralism and Outreach

 

The Value of Animal Sacrifices
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University

 

Loving & Casual Relationships
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowship
Addressing Our Loved Ones
Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, JTS
An Invitation Into the Tent
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Big Tent Judaism

 

The Role of Sacrifices
Rabbi Steven Weil, Orthodox Union

 

Holiness is Life
Reuven Kimelman, CLAL
Slippery With Blood
Rabbi Janet Marder, Women of Reform Judaism

 

Family and Fun

 
Parashat Vayikra for Families
Torah Topics for Today

 

Why All Those Rituals?
Torah Topics for Today

 

THNX God!
Torah Topics for Today

 

Parashat Vayikra Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

 

Parashat Vayikra Challah
Julie Seltzer




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