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  • Vol 2.15 - Shoftim : Elul - a city of Refuge; and in this one needs "Judges and law-enforcement officials" (5)
  • Vol 4.18 - Shoftim : "Man is a tree of the field" - The completeness of man when his intellect rules over his emotions(7)
  • Vol 9.13 - Shoftim 1 : Debate in the law of Chanania ben Azur who prophesied something that was not said to him(6)
  • Vol 9.14 - Shoftim 2 : Rashi: "fearful and fainthearted". The connection to the Teshuvah and Shofar blowing of Rosh Chodesh Elul(12)
  • Vol 14.09 - Shoftim 1 : Complete-Rashi: "Be wholehearted with the L-rd, your G-d"(6)
  • Vol 14.10 - Shoftim 2 : "you shall hearken to him" like "Elijah on Mount Carmel". Siyum tractate Zevachim(8)
  • Vol 19.23 - Shoftim 1 : The titles King and Nassi - Heart and mind(6)
  • Vol 19.24 - Shoftim 2 : The prohibition of returning to Egypt in current times(6)
  • Vol 19.25 - Shoftim 3 : The prophecy of Moshe and the Torah of Moshe in Rambam (11)
  • Vol 19.26 - Shoftim 4 : "clarifying witnesses" and "establishing witnesses" in Halacha and in spirituality(9)
  • Vol 24.13 - Shoftim 1 : If appointing a king is a proper thing. Two aspects of sovereignty (9)
  • Vol 24.14 - Shoftim 2 : Why do we need Cities of Refuge in the future(8)
  • Vol 24.15 - Shoftim 3 : Complete-Rashi: "is the tree of the field a man". The reason man is specifically compared to the vegetative type(6)
  • Vol 24.16 - Shoftim 4 : Rashi: "shall decapitate" Debate between Rashi and Rambam (11)
  • Vol 29.12 - Shoftim 1 : "From all that I created I only love the Law". The parable of the King's love for his small son (Midrash)(9)
  • Vol 29.13 - Shoftim 2 : The reason that Rambam did not set (in Sefer HaMitzvot) the count of the Mitzvot d'Rabbanan(9)
  • Vol 29.14 - Shoftim 3 : Rambam: "If a Sanhedrin opens a capital case with a unanimous guilty verdict, he is exempt(9)
  • Vol 34.14 - Shoftim 1 : Rashi: "Judges and law-enforcement officials"(8)
  • Vol 34.15 - Shoftim 2 : Radvaz: "The soul of man is not his possession but rather the possession of G-d . . . but his money is his own(8)
  • Vol 34.16 - Shoftim 3 : Rambam: Cities of refuge in the future- "Surely, G-d did not give this command in vain"(9)