Tagged: Ki Tetze

Ki Tetze – Pesky Amalekites, Reprise

This is a guest post, contributed by Russell Harding, who delivered this sermon in the Wellington Hebrew Congregation, Shabbat 2 September, 2017. We were recently treated to an insightful Shiur from our own Tadhg...

Ki Tetze – Lost and Straying

One of the many Mitzvot appearing in Ki Tetze’s reading is the responsibility to return the lost property of another. The Torah instructs us also to pre-empt such a loss of another by being...

Ki Tetze – To Be or to… Do

One of the many commandments in this weeks Torah portion is the Mitzvah to return an item lost by another. The verse articulates this rule as follows: “You shall not see the ox of...

Ki Tetze – Deductive Reasoning

Ki Tetze has an extraordinary number of Mitzvot in the Parsha, more than any other single Parsha in the Torah. Reading through it, one cannot help but see a reflection of Torah values expressed...