Nach Yomi for Avraham

A worldwide project aimed at developing beki'ut in Tanach, inspired by, and as zechut for, R' Avraham Norin (Avraham Dov ben Golda)

Friday, April 21, 2006

Some words from our sponsor, and resources for Sefer Shoftim

We hope that you have found the learning of Yehoshua meaningful!
We would like to encourage everyone to use the comments on the blog to help stimulate discussion.
Also, we are trying to figure out how many people are doing Nach Yomi. Please leave us a comment if you are still with us, and what you would like to see on the site.

This Sunday begins our study of Sefer Shoftim
Here are some general resources:

And just a review of the Shoftim schedule:

April 23: Shoftim 1April 24: Shoftim 2April 25: Shoftim 3April 26: Shoftim 4April 27: Shoftim 5April 28: Shoftim 6 (Rosh Chodesh Iyyar)April 29: Shoftim 7 (Shabbos/Rosh Chodesh Iyyar)April 30: Shoftim 8May 1: Shoftim 9May 2: Shoftim 10May 3: Shoftim 11 (Yom haAtzmaut)May 4: Shoftim 12May 5: Shoftim 13May 6: Shoftim 14 (Shabbos)May 7: Shoftim 15May 8: Shoftim 16May 9: Shoftim 17May 10: Shoftim 18May 11: Shoftim 19May 12: Shoftim 20 (Pesach Sheni)May 13: Shoftim 21 (Shabbos)


Blogger Isaac said...

Unfortunately, I don't have the time right now to commit to really learning each daily perek, but I've been reading the synopses as they come out on this site. In this way, I'm [re-]gaining familiarity with the outline of Nach, at least, if not actually learning it. I hope you don't mind my using your blog in this minimal way.

12:03 PM  
Anonymous reb elya said...

Still hanging in there.... will iy"h finish Yehoshua this shabbos!

Chazak U'Baruch, your program is truly magnificent!

2:09 PM  
Blogger Rabbi Yaakov Feldman said...

Thank you very much for this site! I've been wanting to delve into Nach for years and years, and you've made that possible. May the zechus of this serve Avraham well.

3:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank You for taking your time with posting summary's and links.
I too, am still with you, Thank G-d.

4:36 PM  
Anonymous Michael said...

I'm a little behind but im going to try and catch up and start Shoftim with everyone else. Keep up the good work. The links posted are really good.

7:16 PM  
Anonymous Rabbi Alan Haber said...

I'm still with you - albeit catching up every few days. I know some MMY girls are still doing it as well.

Keep it going!

3:10 PM  
Anonymous Daniel the Bold said...

I'm still with you on Shoftim. I too was wondering how many people are doing this too.

FWIW, I've always wanted a programmed way to get through Nach -- thanks so much for doing this. I'm enjoying this so much that I'm thinking about doing this every year for the rest of my life.

If you still have a mind to publish a schedule, please do so. Maybe CafePress might have a product that could help you publish a schedule.

12:21 AM  
Blogger Kehuna Rabba said...

I'm learning Nakh by the sedrah divisions as originally suggested - on that schedule, I finished Yehoshua on Friday. (See my question here about the sedrah schedule having a pause during hol haMoed.) I think the idea is great and the site is helpful; unfortunately I haven't had a chance to use many of the links provided (other than those for Tanakh with Rashi, which are handy when I'm away from home and don't have a sefer with me). But these links should come in handy in the future, and since the blog has archives and is easily searchable, the more material that is linked to, the more it becomes a very valuable site to bookmark and use as a reference, whether you're learning Nakh daily or just studying a particular section.

7:35 AM  
Anonymous Dov said...

I too am keeping up. Thank you for helping me do what I should have done years ago.

8:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just wanted to thank you for initiating the program. It is great for those of us with little free time, but a desire to continue learning in an organized way. May the learning serve as a zechut for Avraham, and may Hashem grant him a refuah shleimah very soon.

11:47 AM  
Blogger Mike Schultz said...

my wife and I are still doing it every day, and we both find the links extremely helpful.

2:47 PM  
Blogger ZioJew said...

I'm been following since the beggining, and am very pleased with myself for just having finished Yehoshua. I always wanted to re-learn the sefer (being that the only other time i ever "learned" it was back in fourth grade!)
Keep up the great work.

3:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi. just wanted to let you know that I am following along with the Nach Yomi. This is a great program, and the summaries are really helpful.

9:53 PM  
Anonymous Eric said...

I am also following the originally suggested sedra division. It is part of my morning tremp to work. I have been using Shabbat and chag to catch up when I fall behind. I haven't taken much advantage of the online info yet but hope to soon.

5:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just wanted to thank you for the project. My father and I are keeping up every day and the site and links are great.
Thank you!

9:31 PM  
Blogger ephriam said...

Nice to see so many people participating we are still with you here in Boca Hazock Hazock on completeing the first sefer

9:40 PM  
Anonymous Sol said...

Very behind. I plan to catch up once finals end, and am inspired by all the people still going.

9:15 PM  
Anonymous Flora said...

This is a great project - it's really encouraging to know where's people all over the world doing this simple and thought provoking learning every day. I'd be interested to know how far afield we are learning from.

Nevi'im is so rich and interesting.

I fell behind with Yehoshua, but I've been encouraged to catch up with Shoftim now and I'll go back to Yehoshua now.

Chazak u'baruch!


10:49 AM  

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