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Table of contents:
  • Vol 1.43 - Bechukotai (Lag B'Omer) : "If you follow My statutes" - request and promise (5)
  • Vol 3.43 - Bechukotai : Links - The reason for the wording "If you follow My statutes" even though the intent is: "you must toil" etc (5)
  • Vol 7.23 - Bechukotai 1 : Debate if wild beasts will be removed from the Land or tamed so that they do not harm (7)
  • Vol 7.24 - Bechukotai 2 : "And I will lead you upright" Debate in Talmud between R' Meir and R'. Yehuda
  • Vol 12.17 - Bechukotai 1 : Siyum Tractate Bechorot (and Horayot) - Debate between R' Meir and R' Yehudah in the sanctity of the eleventh (9)
  • Vol 12.18 - Bechukotai 2 : Rashi: "He shall not inspect [a tithed animal]" (12)
  • Vol 17.37 - Bechukotai 1 : Rashi: "If you follow My statutes". The innovation in: "you should labor in [studying] Torah" (8)
  • Vol 17.38 - Bechukotai 2 : Complete- Rashi: "I will turn to you" - I will turn from all of My dealings to pay your reward (11)
  • Vol 17.39 - Bechukotai 3 : The connection between first-born and and tithe of animals (end of the Parsha) to the beginning of the Parsha (11)
  • Vol 22.23 - Bechukotai : Siyum of Tractate Arachin in the aspect of a field designated as a dedication offering (9)
  • Vol 27.27 - Bechukotai 1 : Siyum of Rambam (and Siyum of Tractate Ketubos); "and the tree of the field will give forth its fruit" (16)
  • Vol 27.28 - Bechukotai 2 : "They will then confess their iniquity" - The cause and the essence of the confession (10)
  • Vol 27.29 - Bechukotai 3 : Many boundaries in the law: "a person who distributes his money for Mitzvot should not distribute more than a fifth" (12)
  • Vol 32.26 - Bechukotai 1 : Links - Rashi: "I will remember My covenant with Yaakov". "Why are the Patriarchs listed in reverse order? (6)
  • Vol 32.27 - Bechukotai 2 : Rambam: "Although all of the statutes of the Torah are decrees . .it is fit to meditate upon them (9)
  • Vol 37.13 - Bechukotai : Complete/Audio- The reason that the Torah promised physical tdings as a reward for Mitzvot (10)