Rabbi Berel Wein, Jewish historian, author and international
lecturer, brings a unique outlook to the study of the weekly Torah portion.
His parsha class identifies a broad theme in Jewish thought and shows how the
idea has modern relevance. His passion for Jewish history places the Torah
theme in an historical context and shows how the Torah values have wound
their way through the ebb and flow of Jewish history into modern times. His
insights will make Jewish thought and Jewish history come alive as they inspire our everyday lives.
|Connecting Through the Laws|
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5773
|A Small Voice|
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5772
|An Alternative for Animal Sacrifices|
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5771
|A Guide to Choosing Proper Sacrifices|
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5770
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5768
|Holiness for Beginners|
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5767
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5766
|The Small Quiet Aleph|
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5765
|The Role of a Kohain|
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5764
|Lover of Peace
Rabbi Berel Wein, 5760
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The founding Rosh Yeshiva (Dean) of Yeshiva Shaarei Torah of Monsey, which he led for 20 years, Rabbi Wein is the author of three major works on Jewish history and two books on Talmudic and Halachic issues.
Rabbi Wein's Jerusalem-based Destiny Foundation creates multi-media educational products such as
the award winning movie,
Rashi, with Leonard Nimoy as the voice of Rashi. His provocative weekly Jerusalem Post column challenges the mind and the Israeli establishment. His 5-week tape series entitled The Crash Course in Jewish History will put Jewish history at your fingertips.
Rabbi Wein's 700 audio tapes on Jewish personalities and Jewish history have sold
over 1 million copies worldwide. His Triumph of Survival Jewish history book series is a best seller.