Articles By Nancy Reuben Greenfield

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    Nancy Reuben Greenfield

    Nancy Reuben Greenfield has written three adaptations of the Torah, including an
    interactive family version at www.TiptoeThroughTheTorah.com, and an engaging
    Jewish immigrant novel, The Golden Medina, available on itunes and Amazon.


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      Parashat Vayishlah

      Jacob and family return to Canaan to face Esau, after which Dinah is raped and two of Jacob's sons exact revenge.

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      B'hukotai: A Summary of the Parashah

      God enumerates the rewards for keeping the commandments and the punishments for violating them; the laws of tithes are then listed.

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      Tazria: A Summary of the Parashah

      God instructs Moses about the purification rituals for mothers following childbirth; God then describes to Moses and Aaron the procedures for identifying and responding to those infected with leprosy.

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      Tetzaveh: A Summary of the Parashah

      God describes to Moses the clothing and anointing process of the priests.

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      Ha'azinu: A Summary of the Parashah

      Moses recites a song to the Children of Israel that testifies to their covenant with God.

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      Parashat Vayetze

      Jacob flees to his uncle Laban's household and lives there for several years, marrying Laban's daughters, Leah and Rachel, and building a large family.

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      Ekev: A Summary of the Parashah

      Moses continues his speech to the Israelites, reminding them to keep God's commandments when they enter the land of Israel.

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      Parashat Vayeshev

      Joseph's dreams anger his brothers, who sell him into slavery in Egypt, where he eventually ends up in prison, still interpreting others' dreams.

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      Shlah: A Summary of the Parsha

      Moses sends scouts to explore the Land of Israel; ten of them convince the people that it will be too difficult to conquer the land; God responds to their lack of confidence by punishing them with 40 years of wandering in the wilderness.

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      Emor: A Summary of the Parashah

      God gives Moses a series of laws specific to the priests; God then instructs Moses to tell the people about the festivals in addition to laws of blasphemy and murder.


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