A new podcast by Tzfunot Institute analyzes the miracle of the Challah in Sarah’s tent, debunking the legend of what really happened with Sarah’s dough.
With the aim of making in-depth Torah study accessible, engaging, relevant and geshmak to all, the Tzfunot Institute, headed by Rabbi Binyomin Bitton, recently launched a new podcast series on a wide range of topics, focusing particularly on Talmud, the Rogatchover and the Rebbe’s Torah.
Browsing the podcast, one can find several series focusing on how to learn a sicha b’iyun.
For example, one such episode analyzes the brackets of Likkutei Sichot. Often, certain words in a paragraph of the sicha appear in brackets, thereby giving a double meaning to the sentence — with or without the brackets. Using a variety of examples, the shiur guides students on how to properly analyze the meaning and ‘code’ behind some of the brackets of a sicha, and shows the Rebbe’s precision in every detail of the sicha.
Another timely episode analyzes the miracle of the Challah in Sarah’s tent, debunking the legend of what really happened with Sarah’s dough. This shiur is based on various sources in the Talmud, the Midrash, Rashi’s commentary and the teachings of the Rebbe.
To listen to this episode, please click here.
The podcast which is available on most major podcast platforms, currently includes over 160 episodes in English, French and Hebrew.