ABOVE THE FRAY (PODCAST)

April 7th, 2021

Parshat Shmini contains an entire section devoted to forbidden foods and dietary laws. Many of the commentaries point to the fact that these laws are identified with “kedusha” — a Hebrew word usually translated to mean “holiness”.

Using two pieces of Nesivos Sholom as the backdrop to this shiur, Rabbi Dunner weaves together a deeper definition of “kadosh” and “kedusha” and explains why it is forever associated with some of the basest aspects of the human condition.

https://rabbidunner.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Nesivos-Sholom-Shmini-1.pdf

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Articles

Video

A VISION OF ISRAEL (VIDEO)

At the beginning of Va’etchanan, Moses describes how he prayed to God that he be allowed into Eretz Yisrael. As part of that prayer, he also asked to see the... Read More

All Videos