Sample Machshavah Curriculum: Unit 1
- Section Overview and Introduction
- Shemot 14:31 | שמות יד:לא
- Breishit 15:6 | בראשית טו:ו
- Rabbi Sacks, Essays on Ethics, pp. xxvii-xxviii
- Rabbi Sacks, Morality, p. 64
- Rabbi Sacks, The Great Partnership, pp. 102
- Rabbi Sacks, The Great Partnership, pp. 197
- Rambam, Sefer Hamitzvot #1
- Rambam, Yesodei HaTorah 1:1
- Rambam, Guide of the Perplexed, 1:50
- Sefer Mitzvot Gadol (Semag), Mitzvah #1
- Moshe Halbertal, “On Believers and Belief”
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