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The Electronic Torah Warehouse The Electronic Torah Warehouse has primary sources — Torah, Halakah, History, Drash, Pseudepigrapha, Apocrypha and more.
Torah Commentary on this week's parashah from Reform Voices of Torah. From the Adult Jewish Growth for Lifelong Jewish Learning section of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ). It features the commentary of the week's parashah written by a URJ scholar and an educational presentation by a leading educator on ways to study the parashah individually or with your family.
This Week's Torah Portion - Jewish Publication Society This translation of Tanakh, the Holy Scriptures, produced by the Jewish Publication Society (1985), was made directly from the traditional Hebrew text into the idiom of modern English. It represents the collaboration of academic scholars with rabbis from the three largest branches of organized Jewish religious life in America. Begun in 1955, the ongoing translation was published in three main stages: The Torah in 1962, The Prophets (Nevi'im) in 1978, and The Writings (Kethuvim) in 1982.
This Week's Torah Portion- World ORT Union A comprehensive Torah site. The portion appears in "practice" Hebrew (with vowels and cantillation marks), and in Hebrew as it appears in the scroll (without vowels). It is also available as transliterated Hebrew and as an English translation. Finally, the site offers the portion read and cantillated in Hebrew, links to break it into aliyah verses, a bar/bat mitzvah parshah calculator, and commentary.
TorahNet Torah study is widely available on the Internet. This site provides references to Torah and Talmud study opportunities via WWW and via e-mail.
Family Shabbat Table Talk As important as the public study of Torah in the synagogue is, we must also make Torah study a habit in our homes. And what better place to begin than at the Shabbat dinner table. A supplement to Torat Hayim.