Weekly Freebies: Derech HaTeva

The complete text of the Stern undergraduate journal Derech HaTeva: A Journal of Torah and Science, volume 15 (2010-2011): link Table of Contents Man’s Place in BRCA – Pamela Apfel A Wrinkle in Parenthood – Rebecca Benhaghnazar Aging and Longevity in Science and Tanach – Rachel Blinick Dreams: Reality or Fantasy? – Sarit Cohen Animal Experimentation: A Halachic Perspective – ...

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Weekly Freebies: Shavuos Musings

I have collected 18 pages of Hirhurim posts for Shavuos, although some are only tentatively or not at all connected to the holiday. Enjoy! Link (PDF) Note that some essays discuss theologically difficult issues and/or quote from non-Orthodox sources. Please only print out and distribute in a place that will be receptive to such material. Table of Contents Jewish Thought ...

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Weekly Freebies: Soncino Talmud

The complete Soncino English translation of the Talmud: The Soncino Press Babylonian Talmud is comprised of 30 masterfully organized volumes. This set has been a valuable resource for the study of Talmud for more than 50 years. It offers an easy-to-use format–with the original Vilna Talmud page opposite its English translation–and many explanatory notes. (I assume that this website ...

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Weekly Freebies: Mi Yiten Single

To promote their upcoming concert as part of the Meron Music Festival this week at the Sixth Street Synagogue in NYC this coming Tuesday, May 24th, the Breslov Bar Band is offering a free mp3 download of “Mi Yiten” off of their debut album “Have No Fear”. (Free mp3 offer valid this week only.) Mi Yiten by Breslov Bar Band ...

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Weekly Freebies: Talmud Database

The Saul Lieberman Institute has put online a comprehensive database of Talmud manuscripts for free use (with registration): link. On this website, friend of this blog Yisrael Dubitsky describes the different editions of the Talmud: link. On the Main Line explains how to use the database: link.

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Weekly Freebies: JBQ Back Issues

Back issues of Jewish Bible Quarterly (1995-2011) are available for free download here: link The Jewish Bible Quarterly provides timely, authoritative studies on biblical themes. As the only Jewish-sponsored English-language journal devoted exclusively to the Bible, it is an essential source of information for anyone working in Bible studies. The Journal publishes original articles, translations from scholarly Hebrew journals, book ...

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Weekly Freebies: Aleph Bet Needlepoint Charts, in keeping with its mission to provide helpful needlepointing resources to the stitching public, has obtained permission to post twelve charts of the Hebrew Alphabet here: link. Each of the charts contains a cover sheet with instructions how to use them. The alphabets are available in several different sizes. The height (in stitches) of the letters is clearly marked ...

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Weekly Freebies: Omer Counting

Count the omer with R. Yaacov Haber’s Sefiros iPhone and/or iPad app: link Spiritual refinement through counting the omer: A practical 49 day guide to spiritual refinement through counting the Omer and the cycle of sefiros. This is a free version of the app. There is also a paid app. Here is another free iPhone/iPad app for counting the omer: ...

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Weekly Freebies: Noraos HaRav

I am starting a new feature of free content, which will hopefully be a weekly Saturday night post. If you have anything free you’d like distributed, please contact me. Volumes from the Noraos HaRav series containing collections of R. Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s lectures, transcribed and annotated by R. David Schreiber, are now available for free download at link. The ...

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