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February 8, 2016 / 29 Shevat, 5776
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Ki Tisa: Moshe’s Benevolent Chutzpah


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We are always in His presence

In this week’s parsha, the Jewish people commit the worst sin possible – worshiping a false god – right after God gives them the Torah on Mt. Sinai. In this video, Rabbi Fohrman asks us about a bizarre question that Moshe asks God, “Why, God, should you be angry at your people?” and reminds us that God and the nation of Israel are attached by destiny.


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About the Author: Rabbi David Fohrman is the dean of Aleph Beta Academy. He has taught at Johns Hopkins University, and was a lead writer and editor for ArtScroll's Talmud translation project. Aleph Beta creates videos to help people experience Torah in way that is relevant and meaningful to them. for more videos, visit: alephbeta.org.


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