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Ki Tavo Shiur Klali: Coming to Rest in a Place of Gratitude

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Sep 21, 2016
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Venue: OU-JLIC at Queens College OU-JLIC at Queens College

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Geulah Pesach 
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Parshat Ki Tavo opens up with the declaration made when bringing the bikkurim, the first fruits, which reviews the history of the Jewish people. What is really going on in this declaration? What is the underlying message and theme? How does it tie into the title of the Parsha, Ki Tavo, coming to a place of rest? We delve into how this Parsha creates a paradigm for Sefer Devarim, all of Chumash, and history itself to come to rest in its ultimate intended destination.

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