Dear students of MBT Academy, We are including this article in our Student Resources. After you have spent a significant amount of time in Sitting Rooms 1 & 2, you will read this article with new eyes. We have marked some phrases with this color of green for you...
Welcome to the Student Resource Center
Modular Biblical Training Academy
“Teaching Timeless Torah Truths”
The purpose of the Student Resource Center is to provide online materials for Students of Torah. We will add to these resources, as they become available.
Articles and Study Tools
In this section of our Student Resource Center you will find articles and study tools carefully chosen to assist in the kind of learning that we hope to provide for meaningful “Table Talk” in your home and when you gather together with friends who love to speak together within Timeless Torah Truths.
Be sure to read the material carefully within the context of what you are exploring in the MBTA Sitting Rooms. These are truths that you need in repetition and in various connections of Torah Truths. So if you notice that it is something you have already read, it is important that you still re-read the material from within the context of the MBTA Sitting Room. Then sit and think within what you are reading.
The Berkowitz Family has prepared for you a special help for Passover. Especially this year that each home will have their own private Pesach Seder. This year’s seder night is without guests and with only family members that are living in the same household. We are offering these help pages for you to use if you would like to use for your more private seder night this year.
It is written for couples having a private seder together. But the same concepts and questions for the night are adaptable to a whole family. Even adaptable for singles who may find themselves home alone this year. You can use the pages to think through the different relationships you have in your life.
We wish you many and profound blessings for you Pesach night.
The Family Berkowitz
The Hebrew word often translated “heart” is the word lev, לב. Although lev is frequently translated as “heart,” it should be rendered “mind.” This information is actually very important for accurate reading of many Biblical texts. Based upon personal conversations...