SUKKAH FIT FOR A RABBI (PODCAST)

October 10th, 2019

In this Sukkot podcast, Rabbi Dunner muses over the curious assertion of an influential eighteenth-century rabbi: “Unless you are an aficionado of Jewish law, the name “Pri Megadim” will mean very little. Nonetheless, it happens to be the title of a very important work authored by Rabbi Joseph Teomim, an eighteenth-century rabbi. Rabbi Teomim came from an extremely distinguished rabbinic family and was a great rabbinic scholar in his own right, although he struggled to make a living as a rabbi. That all changed when he began to publish what would soon become one of the most influential works of Jewish law ever written.”

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Video

THE TIME TO GET TOUGH (VIDEO)

Parshat Tetzaveh begins with a directive relating to the Temple Menorah (Ex. 27:20): “You shall instruct the Israelites to bring you clear oil of beaten olives for lighting, for kindling... Read More

All Videos