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LESSONS IN CHARITY, PHILANTHROPY & BENEVOLENCE

August 29th, 2018

Parshat Ki Tavo begins with the mitzvah of Bikkurim, the giving of first fruits of the harvest to a priest in Jerusalem.

What is the rationale behind the Bikkurim obligation? And how should we understand this mitzvah and all mitzvot relating to charity?

Rabbi Dunner explores various commentaries to draw out the meaning of this emblematic mitzvah, in order to understand how Judaism views charity, philanthropy and philanthropy.

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