Torah Study Resource Online!

From time to time I like to let you know about Jewish study resources online, especially free resources. One of my favorites is:

Ten Minutes of Torah

is a regular offering published for years now by the Union for Reform Judaism. The writers are Reform rabbis, cantors, and educators. Each day of the week there is a different category of topics, and you can hear from many different Reform voices. North American Reform Judaism is a wide and diverse movement, so you will hear from more-traditional writers as well as those who are “very Reform” (whatever that is!)

Not only can you study the current weekly offerings, but the archive of past articles is full of great ideas.

Do any of you already use it? If so, what do you think? And for those of you who give it a try, I’d be very interested in hearing back sometime about it.

What online Torah Study resources do you use regularly?

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Rabbi Ruth Adar is a teaching rabbi in San Leandro, CA. She has many hats: rabbi, granny, and ham radio operator K6RAV. She blogs at and teaches at Jewish Gateways in Albany, CA.

4 thoughts on “Torah Study Resource Online!”

  1. I really enjoy The teacher, Rabbi David Kasher, has a unique and probing style. I’ve shared this with you before, Rabbi, and if I recall correctly, you also enjoy reading it. A new development is that the email will soon have an auditory version!

  2. Rabbi Ruth, i have been reading the 10 minutes of Torah for several years and there is almost always something fresh and enlightening to learn; there are many helpful resources from URJ including Rabbi Marc Rosenstein’s Galilee Diary newsletter.

  3. I really like it, especially the weekly D’var Torah on Mondays. It gives me a sense of connection when I don’t make it to temple. (What is a D’var Acher?)

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