Full Replay: The term “Chinuch Al Taharas Hakodesh” is often used today to identify the gold standard of chassidishe education. In this webinar, Rabbi Shimon Hellinger clarifies some misconceptions and offers practical suggestions.
By Anash.org reporter
The term “Chinuch Al Taharas Hakodesh” is often used today to identify the gold standard of chassidishe education.
Yet, there is much confusion about its meaning and practical application. In fact, different people and mosdos will use it to mean totally different – and even contradictory – things. What indeed is the Rebbe’s vision for “Chinuch Al Taharas Hakodesh”?
In a groundbreaking webinar called “Al Taharas HaKodesh: Demystifying the Ideal, Apply it in Practice,” Rabbi Shimon Hellinger, director of Merkaz Anash and noted mechanech, addressed common questions and dilemmas.
- Should children be taught to read and write their spoken language?
- Should we teach about the world around us in connection with the parsha?
- What are the Chabad standards for media that we show our children?
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This was very enlightening. I’d like to learn more. Can you please send me which sichos the Rebbe spoke about chinuch al Taharas Hakodesh, save where I can find them printed?