Vayelech & Shabbat Shuva: Nature’s Immutability and Man’s Power to Choose

Posted by Michael Hattin on October 5, 2016
Topics: Pardes from Jerusalem, Vayelech, Shabbat Shuva

A Midrash quoted by Rashi contrasts the ceaseless cycles of nature with the world of humanity. In this podcast on Parshat Vayelech and Shabbat Shuva, Rabbi Michael Hattin considers the implications.

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Credits
Larry Kluger – Creative Consultant
Arlene Harel – Production Coordinator

About Michael Hattin

Michael teaches Bible and Halakha at Pardes. He holds a professional degree in Architecture from the University of Toronto and rabbinic ordination from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. He teaches Chumash and Prophets as well as Halakha at the Pardes Institute. You can find books written by Michael by clicking here For many years Michael authored the weekly online publications Introduction to Parasha and Lessons on Prophets for the Virtual Beit Midrash of Yeshivat Har Etzion, reaching a combined readership of several thousand. Click here to read more.

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