Parsha Podcasts: Vo’eschanan is pleased to bring you a curated selection of audio shiurim on Parshas Vo’eschanan

The Egyptian Anochi

The Aseres Hadibros, which appear for a second time in Parshas Va’eschanan, begin with the words, “Anochi Hashem Elokecha—I am Hashem your G-d.” The Midrash comments that the word Anochi actually derives from the Egyptian language. How can it be that the first word of the Aseres Hadibros was taken from the Egyptian language?!

Listen to a summary of a Sicha on the topic, delivered in Yiddish by Reb Yoel Kahn

To read an English transcript of this shiur click here.


Are children obligated to recite the Shema?

In this week’s Parsha we are taught the Mitzva of reciting Shema twice daily. At what age do children have to be careful about keeping zman kri’as shema?

Listen to a Halachic discussion on the topic, delivered by Rabbi Yaakov Goldstein of Click here for a written summary of this including sources


The real meaning of Hashem Echad 

This week’s parsha contains the famous posuk שמע ישראל ה’ אלקינו ה’ אחד. The true inner meaning of this is, that Hashem is the only existence, and nothing else exists. 

Listen to a condensed summary of how chassidus famously explains this, delivered by Rabbi Berel Bell, rov of Anash Montreal.


Reb Levi Yitzchak on this Week’s Parsha (New)

A short vort from Reb Levi Yitzchak (the Rebbe’s father) connected to the Mitzva of Tefilin, mentioned in this week’s parsha.

Delivered by Rabbi Moshe Gourarie, an editor of Chassidus Mevueres on Tanya.

Loving Hashem with Your Whole Heart

A short dvar torah on the meaning of the passuk “one should love Hashem with his whole heart”.

Delivered by Rabbi Boruch Epstein of Beis Menachem Chicago IL.



An in-depth shiur covering the many different commentaries on Moshe Rabbeinu’s plea to Hashem to go into Eretz Yisroel.

Delivered by renowned lecturer Rabbi Yossi Paltiel.


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