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In this Torah shiur (class) on Parshat Ki Tisa, Mrs. Chana Prero discusses the brit (covenant) between Hashem and the Jewish people at Har Sinai vs. the brit that took place after the chet ha'egel (sin of Golden Calf).  This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats. [More] [Less]
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