The comments of Ramban I choose to review do not always align neatly with a central theme, but for Behar I think they do. We’ll start with his view of Shmita, which puts us in touch with the very metaphysically aware side of Ramban we’ve seen before.
Soon the holiday of Shavuot will arrive, a time known for when God delivered the Torah to the Jews at Mount Sinai. There is a fundamental question that must be asked about this holiday that can shed light on the document of the Torah that most
Geulat Mitzrayim is the prototypical process of redemption, the foundation of Jewish nationhood, the model and blueprint for all subsequent
The Mizbe’ach at Night
Parshat Tzav starts with rules for an