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Parshat Hashavua
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For over fifteen years, JTS has distributed a weekly commentary on parashat hashavua to over thirty thousand people. This now includes the JTS Parashah Commentary, and | A Different Perspective, which offers an alternative take.

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The Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at the American Jewish University offers weekly Torah commentary on by Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson and Rabbi Cheryl Peretz.
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For more than 12 years, USCJ Torah Sparks has tried to capture precious truths in each Shabbat Torah reading through quotations that offer insights and questions for open discussion by congregants in a synagogue, a study group or at home. To our delight, hundreds of synagogues are now using this publication, which can be printed out and copied. 

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The Jerusalem Fuchsberg Center produces Haftarah commentaries throughout the year.

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Want to study Torah but don’t have much time? Want a new, fast take on the text? Koach, United Synagogue’s program for college students, offers Two-Minute Torah, a weekly podcast d’var Torah, available over the web or by subscription on iTunes, given by professional, lay, and student leaders.