FAMILY TORAH STUDY WITH RABBI STEVE

Shabbat Morning, February 6th
Join us for an intergenerational Torah Shiur (Lesson)
10:30 AM -11:15 AM
You may wish to read the portion before our class. Below is the portion we will be discussing and a summary:
Mishpatim– Exodus 21:1−24:18
SUMMARY:
· Interpersonal laws ranging from the treatment of slaves to the exhibition of kindness to strangers are listed. (21:1-23:9)
· Cultic laws follow, including the commandment to observe the Sabbatical Year, a repetition of the Sabbath injunction, the first mention of the Three Pilgrimage Festivals, rules of sacrificial offerings, and the prohibition against boiling a kid in its mother’s milk. (23:10-19)
· The people assent to the covenant. Moses, Aaron, Nadab, Abihu, and seventy elders of Israel ascend the mountain and see God. Moses goes on alone and spends forty days on the mountain. (24:1-18)
TOPICS:
Covenant, Festival, Kosher, Law, Mount Sinai, Sacrifice, Shabbat, Stranger

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