Category: Rabbi Abraham

Rabbi Greenbaum gained his MA in classics and social sciences at Cambridge University. As a Harkness Fellow he studied at Harvard and Columbia, after which he spent four years as a BBC Radio news commentator and producer.

Noah: Rabbi Avraham

By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum Torah Reading: Noah: Gen. 6.9-11.32. Haftara Isaiah 54:1-55:5 (Sephardi ritual: Isaiah 54:1-10). Parshas BEREISHIS told the story of the first Ten Generations of the Children of Adam, establishing fundamental facts...

HaAzinu: Rabbi Abraham

By Avraham Greenbaum  Torah Reading: HA-AZINU, Deuteronomy 32: 1-52 SONG OF G-D’S JUSTICE Some songs are happy, some are sad. Some are for entertainment. Some come to tell a story or teach a lesson....

Ki Tavo: Rabbi Abraham

By Rabbi Abraham Greenbaum Torah Reading: KI TAVO, Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8. Haftara: Isaiah 60:1-22. Our parshah, KI TAVO, puts the seal on Moses’ detailed exposition of the commandments in the Mishneh Torah (=Deuteronomy) — the...

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