Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at parsha “Ki Tetze” (Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19) which he describes as one of the ‘meatiest’ in the Torah when it comes to ‘instruction and commandments,’ and also one of the most NOT ‘politically-correct.’ Which makes it therefore one of the most important – especially NOW.
Which, again, tells us something about how we’ve gone so far “off the rails.”
The sequence begins with the Erev Shabbat reading and the specifics of what ‘the world’ just plain hates:
This week it’s important to start off with a quick look at just how truly Evil this nation has openly become. Call it “abomination on parade.” But the fact that so much of this portion is SO reviled by the ‘woke’ points to something even more important:
What ‘the world’ values – and what it does NOT – tells us how the coming Judgment will play out. And why things that seem almost mundane compared to the ‘life and death’ struggle at hand are EXACTLY what we need to understand!
“Ki Tetze: What Has VALUE – and Why has Abomination REPLACED It?”
The combined two-part podcast is here: