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Why Learn Chumash with us?
Travel the Sea of the Talmud With Confidence
When you have the foundation, its easier to build on it
Know what Hashem wants you to do
The Torah is full of lessons on how to behave
More Perspective on Life
When we learn to pay attention and be mindfull of nuance, our life is richer
Become a Better Learner
We don’t just explain the text, we explain how to approach it, so you become a Lamdan.
Know the Torah
You can know it so well, as though packed in your handbag
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You’ll be able to talk in about the Parsha with accomplished Talmedei Chachamim
Why Learn With Us?
Established by accomplished Talmedi Chachamim
Graduates of the finest institutions
The learning system that the Torah recommends
The Torah has us teach about the Exodus from Mitzrayim in question and answer format – because it works.
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Thats why Hashem created the internet in the first place
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We are available to answer your questions
When Yehuda Biala founded ZoomTorah in 2020, the world was in the midst of the Covid epidemic and many people were learning at home on Zoom. He knew that Torah is best learnt Ba’Chabura – with a group, so he tried to implement a way for people to learn online Ba`Chabura. To that end he collaborated with Wyatt Benno, Founder MyDigitalOffice, to create the “Digital Bais Medrash”. Since his purpose was to create a Zoom-like product
that would allow for Torah to be learned better, he called his company ZoomTorah.
But his efforts to help Klal Yisrael learn Torah didn’t stop there.
While Torah Ba`Chabura is best learned in person and there will B`Ezras Hashem be no need for “The Digital Bais Medrash”, Yehuda recognized a general need for better ways to learn Torah online. We are building a Chumash school – which we hope to expand one day to include the whole Torah – making studying the whole Torah available for all fourteen million Jews. That’s why we say “everyone can be a Talmid Chacham”.
That is our mission: To help everyone become a Talmid Chacham.
We endeavor to live up to our lofty goal in everything we do – to do everything in way that Hashem will be proud.
Becoming a Talmid Chacham means being able to learn with any learning aids, such as a Parsha School. Bli Neder we will do our best in everything we do, to not merely teach the material but to teach how to learn Torah as well.
So what are you waiting for? Start learning . . .
Rabbi Yehuda Biala
Why is your school better than an Artrscroll Chumash?
- Besides our interpretation, we translate every word literally
- We explain the depth of every Rashi
- We paraphrase every Pasuk – so you know exactly what it is saying
- In each lesson there are questions to answer – so you can be sure you got it and you remember it
- We’ve got titles on every lesson – so you can learn by topic
- We made each lesson about 5 minutes long, so that even if busy you can learn
- We answer your questions
- We have tests – so you KNOW that you know it
- We don’t just teach chumash, we attempt to teach how to learn it on your own
- Its interactive, so you don’t get drowsy
Should women learn Torah?
Although there is no Mitzva directly requiring them to do so, fulfillment of the Torah requires knowing its contents well. Thus the Torah does command them to learn any part of the Torah that is relevant to them, although indirectly.
In addition, Hashem created only one antidote to the Yetzer HaRa (evil inclination) – the Torah. Since they too have a Yetzer, they must take the antidote.
Although women in previous generations for the most part learned Torah only on a most basic level, this was because they didn’t have the resources to do more. Remember, they prepared food from scratch and washed clothing by hand.
If they can earn a college degree, they should know about their own religion.
This is true for everything besides Gemora (the Talmud), whose theoretical concepts were written for men.
Who is this course for?
Men, women, teens and smarter children
What if I don't have time to learn Torah?
Learning Torah is important.
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