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Questions for Preparation and Self Study
Questions for Preparation -word format
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Shiur #1: The Finale of the Main Speech
Shiur #2: MIKRA BIKURIM & the HAGGADA
The Finale of the Main Speech
Saying 'thank-you.' Ask any mother - it's not enough to
'think' it - a child has to say it. For some reason, a verbal
declaration, be it of gratitude or regret, is very significant
for the person who 'hears' it, but even more so for the person
who 'declares' it.
In Parshat Ki-Tavo, we find two such examples of obligatory
declarations - and precisely where Moshe Rabbeinu's main speech
(which we've been following in just about every shiur these last
few weeks) reaches its conclusion!
In this week's shiur, in our study of the concluding section
of the 'main speech,' we attempt to explain why.
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MIKRA BIKURIM & How We Tell the Story of Yetziat Mitzrayim
|What is the most important part of
Magid? We are all familiar with the four questions, the four
sons and the many songs etc., but when and how during
Magid do we actually tell over the story of Yetziat Mitzrayim (the
Exodus)? To answer this question, and to better appreciate the
Haggada, this week's shiur analyzes the flow and structure of Magid.