Judges 10:6 opens what seems like just another round of the cycle that runs through much of the book: sin, punishment via foreign oppressors, crying out to G-d, salvation via a new “Judge,” repeat. However, several commentaries suggest that the cries to God in this instance fall short of the sort of true repentance that…
This new blog post on Times of Israel, by TorahTutors Director and long-time tutor Sarah Rudolph, captures much of what we’re proud of at TorahTutors: the flexibility to follow student interests in shaping individualized curricula, without (too much) concern for external measures.
We’ve had a wonderful year of Torah learning at TorahTutors.org and can’t wait to see what 5782 brings.
Shana tova to all our students, teachers, and friends!