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Midrash Rabbah, Rabbi Abba, tells us that every name of God relates something . about what He does, or who He is. ... iiiShemot Rabbah 3:8 ivThe ArtScroll Chumash, 305. Title: Microsoft Word - 13 Shemot.doc Author: Karen Berger Created Date:
BIBLIOGRAPHY Shemot Rabbah: See Midrash Rabbah. Shir Hashirim Rabbah: See Midrash Rabbah. Shulchan Aruch Hatax Code of Jewish law by R. Schneur
Shemot Exodus 1:1-6:1 Week of January 11--January 17 ,2004 Moses and Aaron assemble the elders of Israel to tell them that the time of their redemption has ... (Midrash Rabbah) AND G-D SAID TO MOSES:“NOW YOU SHALL SEE WHAT I WILL DO TO PHARAOH (6:1)
Our Parshah opens by once more listing the names (shemot) of the sons of Jacob who came with him to Egypt, where “the chil-dren of Israel were fruitful, and proliferated, and multiplied, and ... (Midrash Rabbah) And G-d said to Moses: ...
Parshat Shemot - Dvar Torah Shabbat Shalom. I would like to dedicate this Dvar Torah to my wife Debbie and to all of the terrific women in this wonderful shul of ours I do this not only to score very valuable points with the fairer sex, but
Midrash Tanhuma Yelamdenu – “Teach Us, ... Shemot Rabbah 40:1 Another explanation of ’Then did He see it and declare it’ (Job 28:27) was given by the Sages: Man must take an example
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9 Midrash Rabbah is composed of Bereshit Rabbah, Shemot Rabbah, Va-Yikra’ Rabbah, Be-Midbar Rabbah, and Devarim Rabbah, as well as the midrashic works on the Five Scrolls. Although these works are all midrash aggada and lumped together and printed as a single unit, they
We find in the Midrash (Shemot Rabbah 3.3): "Come, I will send you to Pharaoh (Ex. 3:10), which is to say if you do not redeem them, no other will redeem them." And it would seem these words require clarification, for we find
Parashat Shemot: How to Keep Our Freedom – January 5, 2013 This week we start reading the book of Shemot, ... A famous Midrash (Bereshit Rabbah 44) wonders: what was the merit of this nation of slaves that made it worthy of liberation on .
Midrash 1.1 Retelling the story of Passover ... Tannaitic Post-Tannaitic Midrash Rabbah Tannaitic Midrash Mekhilta-Exodus Mekhilta de Rabbi Ishmael-Exodus legal selections 3-4th century ... Shemot Rabba, Exodus 11th & 12th century Vayyigra Rabba- Leviticus
(Midrash Rabbah Shemot 2:6). The Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law, written 1563, OC 128:5) states that when the kohanim (priests) ascend the platform in front of the ark to bless the community, they must also remove their shoes. In this
(Shemot Rabbah 5: 10) The midrash brings prooftexts for each of these identifications, but we understand them immediately. Moses and Aaron were quite different in temperament and role. Moses was the man of truth, Aaron of peace.
Shemot – Moshe’s Names Chazan Michael Simon - [Batya] called his name Moshe and she said, ‘For I drew him from the water.’ In the description of his birth and
According to Shemot Midrash Rabbah 5:9, this is hinted at in the Torah text itself: “And all the people witnessed the thunder-ings (Ex. 20:15). Note that it does not say ‘the thunder,’ but ‘the thunderings’; where-
Shinan, Midrash Shemot Rabbah (Jerusalem: Dvir, 1984), p. 23. 7. Kugel, In Potiphar ' House, p. 266. This content downloaded from 22.214.171.124 on Sat, 15 Feb 2014 04:52:37 AM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions. THE MIDRASHIC PROCESS 99
Midrash Rabbah: Exodus (London/NY, 1983); Leibowitz, New Studies in Shemot (Jerusalem, 1996). Scripture: NJPS. Created Date: 12/5/2011 6:22:30 PM ...
The books Vayikra and Bamidbar are literarily dependent on the book Shemot, by which I mean that each of them assumes that its readers are already aware of who an ... focused on one reading found in Midrash Rabbah of Bamidbar 1:1 (appended but not
Shemot: Exo. 1.1-6.1. Page 7 A word about Midrash Rabbah It is a natural inclination to accept commentary we like and throw out commentary that we disagree with.
Famously, the Midrash (Shemot Rabbah 2:2) comments in a way that is both beautiful but also, on the face of it, fanciful: ‘Our Rabbis said that when Moshe Rabbeinu alav hashalom was shepherding the flock of Yitro, a kid ran away from him and he ran after
Many other commentators, following a different approach cited in Shemot Rabbah, ... This sin nowadays in generally described as “being םירשכב דשוח”, but the midrash calls if ערה ןושל and parallels it to the Snake’s claim that G-d . The Center for Modern Torah Leadership 2
4 See too Midrash Shemot Rabbah 7 and Midrash Lekach Tov on the verse “kaveid lev Pharaoh.” 5 For an extensive discussion of ancient views concerning whether the mind is housed in the brain or the heart, see Julius Rocca, Galen on the Brain: ...
in midrashim like Bereshit Rabbah, Shemot Rabbah and Midrash Tanḥuma. Tanakh exegetes like Rashi, Ibn Ezra and Radak deal with the concept of Tikkun Soferim as did the Rashba. The great Talmudic lexicographer R. Nathan B. Yeḥiel of Rome (also known as the
to, is the stuff of Midrash. Exodus Rabbah reports that “no place is devoid of God’s presence not even a thornbush.” (2:5) ... DVAR TORAH: SHEMOT 21st December 2013 • 18th Tevet 5774 • Shemot ETZ CHAYIM PROGRESSIVE SYNAGOGUE DIVINE HUMILITY SHLOSHIM: Hans Tiepermann
Va-Yakhel/ Pekudei DC Beit Midrash March 4, 2013 Rabbi Gilah Langner I. The Mishkan as Marker of Forgiveness A. Rashi on Shemot 31:18:
Content Issues in Shemot ... 1:10 Job: Rashi accepts as peshat the Midrash that Jethro and Balaam were Pharaoh™s advisors, ... Also: Shemos Rabbah 3:16 and Tanchuma Shemot 27 says that Aaron was prophesying for 80
Rosh Beit Midrash, Zichron Dov Yeshiva University Torah Mitzion Beit Midrash of Toronto Lest one say, “HaShem gives us food and drink, but without peace there is nothing,” the Torah pledged, “I will create peace in the ... Midrash, Shemot Rabbah 1:30
The Midrash Shemot Rabbah, in two places, seems to anticipate Rambam’s view. Shemot Rabbah 5:7, commenting on Exodus 4:21 (But I shall harden his heart), comments that the hardening of the heart was “in order to punish them (the Egyptians).”
quoted in Midrash Shemot Rabbah 33:7, Bamidbar Rabbah 13:15–16; 18:21 and Talmud Yevamot 47b. However, some held that this count was not an authentic tradition, or that it was not logically possible to come up with a systematic count. This is
Midrash Rabbah) also alters the text of the Midrash; rather than "Dasan" being a proper name (and the ... (Shemot Rabbah 1: 26) Indeed Moshe-Meses-is an Egyptian name, meaning "child", as in Ramses. Who then was Pharaoh's daughter? Nowhere
Esth.R. Esther Rabbah "Ex.R. Exodus Rabbah " (Shemot Rabbah) Gen.R. Genesis Rabbah " (Bereshit Rabbah) Kal.Rab. Kallah Rabbati (Minor Tractates of the Talmud, ... Lev.R. Leviticus Rabbah (Midrash Rabbah, Soncino) (Yayikra Rabbah) Meg.Ta’anit Megillat Ta’anit (Lichtenstein; HUCA 1931/2)
quoted in Midrash Shemot Rabbah 33:7, Bamidbar Rabbah 13:15–16; 18:21 and Talmud Yevamot 47b. However, some held that this count was not an authentic tradition, or that it was not logically possible to come up with a systematic count.
8 According to midrash (Shemot Rabbah), as a very young lad Moses was once seen throwing Pharaoh’s gold crown to the ground. Upon learning of this apparent act of insolence, Pharaoh devised a test to see if the child understood what he was doing.
Found in Midrash Rabbah, Soncino Translation, p. 470. Also Babylonian Talmud Sanhedrin 89b, "R. Levi said..." ... Shemot Rabbah XLI.7. Found in Midrash Rabbah, Soncino Translation, pp. 476-79. NOTE: You may be selective and discuss only those parts of the
Shemot 5770 Volume XVII Number 17 Toras Aish Thoughts From Across the Torah Spectrum RABBI DOV KRAMER Taking a Closer Look very son that is born shall be thrown into the
Midrash (Shemot Rabbah) sei-daan’in, hchie chaang (verse) hi Mose khuonung hinkhuo ding, vaan’a aki phuondoh (ruakh hakodesh) peet ahi tia geelthei ahi ati. "A unu, thudawl’ah Bible’in hiti’n, "Chihna jah a chun,nangma kasuopi numei nahi, tinlang chujong
Midrash, Shemot Rabbah 5:18; Midrash, BaMidbar Rabbah 14:35; Talmud, Tractates Bava Batra 15a, Gittin 60a, Menachot 30a. 8 Deuteronomy 34:10. 6 Most prophets would be asleep or in a trance when God would communicate with them via a vision.
Midrash Shemot Rabbah also connects Bnei Yisrael multiplying to the previous pasuk that describes the death of Yosef’s generation, but explains it as a positive thing. Even though the whole leadership genera-tion of Bnei Yisrael died, ...
(‘Midrash Tanchuma’ 3; ‘Shemot Rabbah’ 30:3) Just as the matters discussed previously were received at Sinai, so is it true that the matters to be discussed were received at Sinai. (‘Mechilta’) ...
33 According to midrash (Shemot Rabbah 1:31), as a very young lad Moses was once seen throwing Pharaoh’s gold crown down to the ground. Upon learning of this apparent act of insolence, Pharaoh devised a test to see if the
The midrash (Shemot Rabbah 20:3), in describing the beauty of the Jewish nation, compares it to a grove of pomegranates. 4. See, however, the alternate inter-pretations of Abayei and Rava on 56a. 5. This derashah in defense of even
To illustrate this, the Midrash (Shemot Rabbah, 2:2) tells us a story of Moshe (Moses) who once chased a sheep who ran for many miles. When the sheep finally reached water, Moshe cried out, "Had I only known that you were thirsty, I would have brought the water myself."
In a remarkable midrash, we read of how the young Miriam confronted her father Amram ... 1 Shemot Rabbah 1: 13. 2 There is, of course, a midrashic tradition that Shifra and Puah were other names for Yocheved and Miriam. In the text
Midrash Rabbah, Shemot 22:3 17. Tanchuma, Terumah 9 18. Rabbi Eliyahu Borkin, Siftei Ranenot . 19. ... Midrash Rabbah, Devarim 2:12 22. Chagigah 13a But the distance from the earth to the firmament is a journey of five hundred years, and the thickness of
Midrash, and Musings. By Rabbi Robert D. Judd. In ancient days, Shabbat was a protest against . slavery. ... Shemot Rabbah . 29 along with the accompanying exercise, which I have adapted: Rabbi . Abahu. said in the name of Rabbi . Yohanan: When
sanctification of Aharon and his sons (Shemot Rabbah 38:5): "This is the matter that you shall do for them [to sanctify them to ... Midrash asserts a totally different type of answer. It suggests that while the
See Rashi on Exodus 2:7, and Midrash, Shemot Rabbah 1:30. 6 For a definition and description of prophecy see Derech HaShem (The Way of God), Part III, 3:4 and 4:6. 6 Another reason why Jewish leaders were shepherds has to do with the fact
midrash, and so it is with the book of Shemot. The book begins with the names of Jacob’s family mem ‐ bers who left ... (Shemot Rabbah 2:6)seemsto lead us inthis direction, suggestinganurgentneed God’s initial call to Moses.
The Sedra of Shemot begins the long story of Moses and the Children of Israel in Egypt and the desert. ... (Genesis Rabbah 100:8). The midrash is at once profound and overflowing with emotion. On the journey "home" to Egypt, Joseph passes by
Midrash in Shemot Rabbah writes, “The Jewish people are compared to angels, of angels it is written, they stand on high and of the Jews it is written, behold you are standing.” We read in the book of Zecharya, “V’natati lecha makom ben ha'omdim haelah, you ...