Rabbi Fohrman explores a midrash about God's names in this week's parsha
Rabbi Fohrman makes a fascinating argument about how Shabbat works and shows that there are shabbatot in different realms.
Is parsha Naso teaching us how we should treat our children?
The midrash says that Pinchas, (this parsha), and Eliyahu, prophet of Kings, are one and the same.
What does the odd bargaining session between Abraham & God mean? What does it teach about Abraham?
How do the pieces of this puzzle come together to help us understand how the Torah builds together?
The Torah may be suggesting something different than we have ever expected: the way we ask God to treat us may also be the way we ourselves should treat our children.
In this week's parsha a stark choice is presented: follow God and live, or abandon Him and die.
Rabbi Fohrman explains how the Torah provides the building blocks of true love.
while each of us is an individual, we are also part of a larger unit
For the first time in a while, the main characters of the parsha--Bilaam and Balak-- are NOT the people of Israel.
What does the omer & agricultural laws pe'ah & leket teach about the Biblical approach to holidays?
In the tales of Isaac one thing becomes apparent: He's rarely the main character in his own stories!
What is the surprising connection between Eliezer and Samuel? Find out with Rabbi David Fohrman
What do we learn about overcoming loss from the argument between Moses and Aaron's remaining 2 sons?
In this video, the last of the book of Genesis, Rabbi Fohrman explores Joseph's tension between his commitments to Jacob and Pharaoh, and the meaning of his choice to bury Jacob in Canaan.
Reaching a stronger understanding of what Moses actually did to prevent him from entering the land
Why was there so much repetitive conversation between God and Moses before actual Exodus from Egypt?
Moses tells us what G-D wants from us...
This week, in Metzora, we'll dive a little deeper to find the meaning embedded in the strange rituals of becoming tahor, ritually pure.
The quest begins in understanding just what Tumah and Tahara are, and how these new definitions can truly impact our lives today.
God just promised Abraham the land. Why is it that, though God keeps reassuring that this land is his, he refuses to settle down?
Truly knowing God isn't just a matter of national relationship, most importantly it's a personal one
How did Moses feel approaching the land of Israel, knowing he wouldn’t enter Israel with his people?