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Ten Minutes of Torah

Ten Minutes of Torah

Each weekday, more than 20,000 subscribers receive an email that brings the Jewish world to them. From Torah commentaries written by scholars to recipes for baking challah, Ten Minutes of Torah explores the great variety of Jewish life.

Over the years, subscribers have studied the history of Jews in America, Mishnah, Jewish Ethics, and Hebrew. They’ve been inspired to delve more deeply into the weekly portion and prayer (t’filah). And they’ve renewed their connection with Israel by hearing from experts on the front line.

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RJ Ten Minutes of Torah Commentary

Monday: Reform Voices of Torah

Below are the latest posts from Monday's Ten Minutes of Torah:

Sh'mot: The First Heroes of Exodus
January 16, 2017 for Shabbat, January 21, 2017

Va-y'chi : The Power and Protection of Angels
January 9, 2017 for Shabbat, January 14, 2017

Vayigash: Revealing Oneself in Order to Heal
January 2, 2017 for Shabbat, January 7, 2017

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RJ Ten Minutes of Torah Arts and Culture

Tuesday: Celebrating Jewish Arts and Culture

Below are the latest posts from Tuesday's Ten Minutes of Torah:

Now Is the Time to Step Forward to Protect Reproductive Rights
January 17, 2017

The Eternal Blessing That Is Debbie Friedman
January 10, 2017

How to Capture the Power and Wonder of Aha Moments
January 3, 2017

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RJ Ten Minutes of Torah Israel

RJ Ten Minutes of Torah Reform Life, Jewish Life

Thursday: Reform Life, Jewish Life

Below are the latest posts from Thursday's Ten Minutes of Torah:

How a Liturgical Poem Inspired a New Jewish Song
January 19, 2017

An Inspiring New Facebook Group Brings Live Music to Thousands
January 12, 2017

How We Can Help Move the World Closer to Peace
January 5, 2017

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RJ Ten Minutes of Torah Jewish Time

Friday: The Rhythm of Jewish Time