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Online Resources Torah and Prayer

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In addition to the educational and cultural resources linked below, please check our extended offering of articles on Shabbat and holidays, prayer and Torah files, including audio and trope, and more -- look under the Main Menu on the left side of this webpage.

Online Tanach text in English and Hebrew
  • English and Hebrew Text of the Tanach

    A complete English- Hebrew text of the Tanach with available audio readings of each chapter. Select the Biblical book from the options in the middle of the page.

    You may then focus on a particular chapter and hear it read aloud.

Online Educational Resources from the Conservative Movement
JTS Torah Commentary
  • JTS Torah Commentary

    Each week, JTS distributes a thoughtful, inspiring commentary on parashat ha–shavuah to over 30,000 people. The commentary is written by JTS faculty and rabbis from communities around the Conservative Movement.

    Links to weekly Torah commentary, Torah and Haftarah portions.

The Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies is located in Jerusalem. It is not affiliated with any political party or religious denomination. At the same time, we are committed to Jewish practice as prescribed by Halacha (Jewish Law), and this is reflected in our official activities and events. Pardes faculty do not impose any patterns of observance or belief on students. We support student initiatives that meet the plurality of religious needs.

On-line Exhibits from the Jewish Museum in New York
  • Making Connections in Art and Jewish Culture
    Explore the collection interactively. This online exhibition includes sixty works, from ancient artifacts to contemporary art and television clips, and traces their interconnections.
  • Counting Omer
    Count the omer with this interactive version of Saphyr, the omer calendar by Tobi Kahn.
Archive of Modern Hebrew Literature
  • Modern Hebrew Literature

    Project Ben-Yehuda aims to make accessible the classics of Hebrew literature (poetry and prose at first, and then essays etc.) to the reader of Hebrew. For that purpose, the literary works are converted to a format that is readable and searchable on the Internet. The project is intended to be of use for both amateurs and scholars of literature.
Last Updated on Sunday, 25 August 2013 14:25