To read the full text in English and Hebrew, click here: Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17
In this Torah portion, Moses tells the Israelites that if they worship idols, they will be punished. Moses explains the laws of kosher food, and he details the three pilgrimage festivals: Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot.
Moses explains the laws of kosher meat.
Social Action and Environmentalism
|Restoring Wealth & Dignity
Rabbi Howard Alpert, Hillel
|Seeds of Peace
Rachel Farbiarz, AJWS
|Seeing is Believing
Rabbi Stephen Karol, Union for Reform Judaism
|Lessons for Former Slaves
Rabbi Dorothy Richman, AJWS
|Dealing With Poverty
Alon Ferency, AJWS
|Liberation & Compassion
Aliza Mazor, socialaction.com
|Time to Clean Up
Rabbi Akiva Wolff, Canfei Nesharim
From the Denominations
Pluralism and Outreach
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University
|It’s in the Blood
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, CLAL
|Traditions & Counter-Traditions
Rabbi Joshua Heller, Jewish Theological Seminary
|Open Your Eyes and See
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Big Tent Judaism
|Resolution Through Repentance
Danya Hayden, UJA-Federation of New York
|The Purpose of Kashrut
Rabbi Ruth Sohn, Women of Reform Judaism
|Parshat Re’eh Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies
|Parshat Re’eh Challah
|Parshat Re’eh for Families
Torah Topics for Families
Pronounced: hahf-TOErah or hahf-TOE-ruh, Origin: Hebrew, a selection from one of the biblical books of the Prophets that is read in synagogue immediately following the Torah reading.
Pronounced: KOH-sher, Origin: Hebrew, adhering to kashrut, the traditional Jewish dietary laws.
Pronunced: TORE-uh, Origin: Hebrew, the Five Books of Moses.