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We all have to spread each other's Torah if we are truly serving God,
rather than our own egos. Please let us know what's available.
The Bnei Noach Educational Development Group,
headed by Pinchas Richard
Wimberly, shares and develops information about Judaism's universal
religion, the 7 Laws of Noach, with links to others working in the field,
including TOP. Your input is welcome.
A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica
including discussions by librarians who have used previous editions.
In August 1997, the 3rd edition of "A Classification System For Libraries
of Judaica" was published by Jason Aronson Inc.(New Jersey USA). The
authors, David and Daniel Elazar (Rishon LeZion and Jerusalem) contend that
there was and is a need for a classification system for libraries with
Judaic collections to classify and arrange these collections according to
Jewish concepts using Jewish thought and terminology. This is in contrast to
the familiar classification schemes like Dewey and LC which incorporate the
Bible, Judaism and Israel into a general, non-Jewish, world of knowledge
without relating the Biblical, Jewish and Zionist (Israel) subjects to each
other in the spirit of Jewish Tradition.
- a spiritually and ethically oriented, serious Torah study program directed
by Yosef Ben Shlomo HaCohen, a good guy
Rabbi Ari Kahn of Bar Ilan University, an ardent spokesman for religious
Zionism amidst otherwise Shachian Aish HaTorah's Discovery Program, delivers
a high level kabbalistically oriented overview of parashat hashavua; to get
on his e-mail list, contact him at: email@example.com
Meir - a simple, down-to-earth, gung-ho, religious zionist
weekly study, with a bit on the parsha and education - For some strange
reason, their printed English study sheet carries only Hebrew mastheads. We have printed German
translations of some of their studies
The Meru Project
is based on 25 years of research by Stan Tenen into the origin and nature of the Hebrew alphabet, and the
mathematical structure underlying the sequence of letters of the Hebrew text of Genesis.
- a very non-zionist, but really attractive weekly Torah
magazine, including audio lectures and music
- great for kids! They do quote sources.
For some strange reason, their printed magazine
is also called OhrNet
Root & Branch
- Divrei Torah and very diversified comments on current issues, mostly from a
right wing political perspective, short and succinct, plus weekly schedule
of jerusalem lectures; encourages interfaith and intrafaith dialogue, with a
strong Noachide component.
Torah from Dixie
- a refreshing, "with it" collection of Torah Miscellany
- a long synopsis of the weekly Torah reading, broken down by aliyot, plus
occasional halachic pieces. Sources are not given, nor is there much
integration with secular culture, other than science. Excellent for teenagers
and not overly sophisticated family learning. Elaborate statistics on the
number of letters, words, verses, etc appear each week. A product of the
O-U, it reflects its down-to-earth, modern orthodox, baal habatish
(bourgeois), religious zionist approach
This site contains lots of info on the Young Israel Movement and very good
parsha articles by various Y.I. rabbis.