Ve'etchanan: Making Jewish Education Real

The sedra of Va-etchanan continues the final speech that Moshe gave to the Jewish people prior to his death. In this section, he recalls the giving of the Ten Commandments and the Torah at Mount Sinai, and the uniqueness of the revelation of the divine presence that the people experienced. He inspired the Jews to remain faithful and loyal to God, even when living in Israel and memories of the Exodus and the miracles in the desert may be fade and amongst the many passages on this theme are to be found six verses that are very familiar in another context, since they compirse the first paragraph of the shema. In an age when international conferences are held on the subject of "the future of te