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Torah Tube

Torah Tube

Mitzvah Workshops
Learn the ins and outs of practical observance with the Jewish Tool Kit.
The Twelve Torah Passages and Jewish Theology
Forty years ago, in the summer of 1976, the Rebbe identified 12 Torah passages he believed should be the first Torah ideas taught to all Jewish children. The Rebbe’s inspired view was that these passages together form the bedrock of Torah theology, especially relevant in today’s day and age. He maintained that it was very important to equip Jewish children with the spiritual strength needed to face the current challenges by ensuring that they internalized and memorize these 12 passages. But what is the significance of these passages and why were they chosen? Join Rabbi Mendel Kaplan as he explores each passage and uncovers layers of rich meaning behind these pithy statements.
Ten mitzvahs to jumpstart your Judaism
The Lubavitcher Rebbe initiated a now famous mitzvah campaign to awaken and vitalize the Jewish soul. Learn what’s special about these ten mitzvahs that have the extraordinary ability to ignite the Jewish spark within and transform the world at large.
Understanding the Text of the Psalms
Tehillim, the Book of Psalms authored by King David, is recited regularly by Jews throughout the ages. Learn the rich meaning of the verses we recite in praise and prayer.
Maimonides’ Book of Mitzvot
Rabbi Mendel Kaplan studies the daily lesson in Maimonides' Sefer HaMitzvos according to the daily study cycle completing all 613 commandments in the course of just under a year.
Intriguing Insights on the Parshah
Learn the Weekly Portion from the Prophets
Learn the special messages conveyed the in weekly Haftarah and the profound connections between the weekly parsha and its related Haftorah.
The Fifteenth of Shevat celebrates the New Year for Trees and the marks the beginning of a new fruit-bearing cycle in the Holy Land.
Studying the Book of Esther
Study the Purim story from its original text, the Book of Esther, together with the classic commentaries.
Studying the Passover Haggadah
Study the Haggadah, the central text of the Passover Seder, line-by-line with explanations and commentary.
Learn fascinating facts and insights in the miraculous Exodus narrative
A chassidic discourse on Passover
Learn a maamar on Pesach from Likkutei Torah titled “Sheishes Yamim”, which explains the deeper dimension of matzah as the ‘bread of faith’.
Study the Book of Ruth
Explore in vivid detail the courageous story of Rut the convert who sacrificed everything to become part of the Jewish People. This text based study of the book of Ruth draws from the classical commentaries and presents its inspirational relevance.
Study the Book of Lamentations
The Book of Lamentations is a sad song which contains the most heartrending prophecies of Jeremiah about the destruction of the Holy Temple and the ensuing exile. Join us for an informative and uplifting text-based study of this Biblical book, which is traditionally read on Tisha B’av.
In-Depth Study of the Weekly Torah Portion
Selected verses from the weekly portion are studied with classic commentaries and chassidic insights.
Learning from the Rebbe’s Talks
In each episode of this series, host, Michael Kigel, a panel of young students and a "special guest expert" discuss a clip of the Rebbe's public talks. Produced by Chabad of Toronto as "Messages -- Season 4."
Chapter Two: Which Candles to Light for Shabbat?
Learn the Talmud line-by-line and word-by-word. In this intermediate level class you will learn to understand the unique give-and-take style of Talmudic debate and discussion. Text for this class is Chapter Two of Tractate Shabbat (folio 20b).
Learn how to study Talmud line-by-line and word-by-word. In this intermediate level class you will learn to understand the unique give-and-take style of Talmudic argument. Text for this class is Chapter Seven of Tractate Brachot (folio 45a).
The Talmud on the Festival of Sukkot
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