Shoftim Chinuch Podcast 5776

Chinuch In the Home
Rabbi Baruch Simon

baruch_simon_lpWe are honored to share this week’s Chinuch Podcast for Parsha Shoftim from Rabbi Baruch Simon.  Rabbi Simon, the Colonel Jehiel R. Elyachar Professor of Talmud at the Yeshiva Program/Mazer School of Talmudic Studies, received his semikha (rabbinic ordination) from Yeshiva University’s affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) in 1988. A graduate of Yeshiva University’s High School, Rabbi Simon earned his B.A., magna cum laude, in Judaic Studies from Yeshiva College where he delivered the Birkat Preidah, or farewell address, a singular honor given the Yeshiva Program Valedictorian.

Rabbi Simon was a fellow of the prestigious Caroline and Joseph Gruss Kollel Elyon and a fellow of the Katz Kollel. Before teaching in the Yeshiva Program, Rabbi Simon was a member of the Halakha faculty at the Isaac Breuer College of Hebraic Studies at Yeshiva University.

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The Famous Abba’s Chinuch Podcast Series provides you with shiurim, in 5 minutes or less, on an area of chinuch related to the parsha or yom tov.   Each Podcast is recorded exclusively for The Famous Abba by a Jewish leader or scholar.

Previous Podcasts on Parsha Shoftim
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Rabbi Zev Leff
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Rabbi Mordechai Torczyner – Our Children’s Perspective


2 Responses to “Shoftim Chinuch Podcast 5776”

  1. Gershon Rothstein

    The sound quality was so poor that I stopped listening very soon after it started. I’m sorry to be critical but your work is so important that it has to be of the highest quality, like the Mishkan that was made of the of the highest quality materials.
    Thank you for your work in bringing us these (usually) high quality Torah thoughts.

    • Thank you for the feedback. I agree the quality wasn’t good as I tried to record it over the phone. In the future, I plan to post shiurim that were recorded in person. Thank you again for the feedback.


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