Every week, parshaoftheweek.com brings you a rich selection of material on Parshat Hashavua, the weekly portion traditionally read in synagogues on Shabbat all over the world. Using both classic and contemporary material, we take a look at these portions in a fresh way, relating them to both ancient Jewish concerns as well as cutting-edge modern issues and topics. We also bring you material on the Jewish holidays, as well as discussion of life cycle rituals and events.
Parshaoftheweek.com offers a fresh, contemporary take on the central educational text of Jewish life and thought - Parshat Hashavua - the Portion of the Week. Interweaving material from the Talmud, Midrash, and classical commentaries, as well as more modern, eclectic sources, we bring you cutting-edge analysis of ancient texts and modern concerns. In addition to new reflections on the parsha, which will appear weekly, we also offer you access to a large archive of older material, as well as writings on the Jewish Holidays and life cycle events and rituals. The material on this site is meant to be challenging for those with a background in Jewish text study, as well as user-friendly and stimulating for those without.
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