Parashah - Torah Portion

Parashah - Torah Portion

A Parashah (Hebrew: פָּרָשָׁה "portion," plural: parashot or parashiyyot) formally means a section of a biblical book in the masoretic text of the Tanach. In the masoretic text, parashah sections are designated by various types of spacing between them.

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Seder Bereishit - Book of Genesis Seder Bereishit - Book of Genesis The Book of Genesis (from Greek γένεσις meaning "origin"; Hebrew: בְּרֵאשִׁית‎, In the beginning), is the first book of the Bible. ...
Seder Shemot - Book of Exodus Seder Shemot - Book of Exodus Shemot (Hebrew: שמות) or Exodus (Greek ἔξοδος) is the second of five books of the Torah. The book narrates the Exodus of the children of Israel out of Egypt: Moses leads them through the wilderness to Mount Sinai. There the God of Israel, through Moses, gives the Hebrews their laws and enters into a covenant with them, by which he will give them the land of Canaan (the Promised Land) in return for their faithfulness. The book ends with the construction of the Mishkan.  ...
Seder Vayikra - Book of Leviticus Seder Vayikra - Book of Leviticus Leviticus (Greek: Λευιτικός) or Wayiqra (Hebrew: ויקרא, Modern Hebrew: Vayikra) is the third book of the Bible, and the third of five books of the Torah (or Pentateuch). The book is called Vayikra, from the first word of the text.  ...
Seder Bamidbar - Book of Numbers Seder Bamidbar - Book of Numbers The Book of Numbers (Greek: Αριθμοί arithmoi meaning "numbers") or Bəmidbar (Hebrew: במדבר, literally In the desert [of]) is the fourth of five books of the Torah. ...
Seder Devarim - Book of Deuteronomy Seder Devarim - Book of Deuteronomy Deuteronomy or Devarim (literally "things" or "words") is the fifth book of the Tanach, and the fifth of five books of the Torah. The book is called Devarim, taken from the opening phrase Eleh ha-devarim. The English title is derived from the Greek Deuteronomion (Δευτερονόμιον) and Latin Deuteronomium, both meaning "second law", from the Septuagint's mistranslation of the Hebrew phrase mishneh ha-torah ha-zot, in Deuteronomy 17:18, as to deuteronomion touto - "this second law". Deuteronomy consists of 34 chapters and is in the genre of a farewell address (in this case) of Moses to the Je ...
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