The Oral Tradition of the Written Law 09 – Yom Kippur Continued

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In this shiur, Rabbi Triebitz gives his explanation and understanding of some of the verses in the Torah regarding Yom Kippur. Last week he asked questions on the explanation of the Chayei Adam. This week, his own explanation has to do not with purity and impurity, but with connecting to the Divine.

This shiur will not only give you a new understanding of the Chumash, but also show the connection between Rambam’s hilchot Teshuva and the mishnayot, and bring it all back to the Written Torah.


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