Re’eh (Deut. 11:26-16:7)

11:26 How does this verse relate to the dichotomy in the secular and religious world about rendering unto G-d and Caesar?
11:26-28 Why was this a most severe reprimand?
What does this verse have to do with no man is an island”?
11:27 What does “that you listen” mean?
11:28 What does “the path that I command you this day” mean?
11:29 What does” You shall place the blessing....Mount Erbal” mean?
11:30 What are the Plains of Moreh?
11:31 What does “For you are crossing the Jordan “ mean?
12:2 What does “Destroy, you shall destroy” mean?
12:3 What is the difference between altars and pillars?
Why are there two different verbs used for destroying altars and pillars?
How would they destroy their names?
12:4 What does “You shall not do so” mean?
12:5 What is “His resting place”?
12:6 Which sacrifices is the Torah referring to?
What two tithes is the Torah referring to?
What is the difference between the first and the second tithe?
What does “what is raised of your hand” referring to?
Who are the “firstborn of your cattle” given to?
12:7 The verse says “has blessed you” instead of “will bless you.” What does this indicate?
12:8-9 What period of time do these verses refer to?
12:8 What does “You shall not do like all that are here today” mean?
What is a “bamah”? What is its literal meaning?
What does “every man what is proper in his eyes” mean?
Where were the national altars?
What is the difference between a natural altar and a bamah?
12:9 Where is the “resting place”?
What does “the heritage” refer to?
12:10 When will the people receive “rest?
12:11 What place was chosen “to rest His name” mean?
What period is this speaking of?
12:13 What does the Hebrew used for “Beware, for yourself” connote and why?
What does “in any place that you see” mean?
12:14 Which tribe was selected?
How is the apparent contradiction about “one tribe” and “all of your tribes” mean?
12:15 What does “But in all of the desire of your soul” speak of?
Which offerings may not be eaten by an impure person?
What does “ the impure one” teach us?
What does “and the pure one” teach us?
What does “like the dear and like the hart” indicate?
12:16 What does “but” indicate?
What does this verse teach us?
12:17 What is the literal translation from the Hebrew of “You may not”?
Who is this verse addressed to? How do we know?
12:18 What does “before Hashem” refer to?
What does this verse teach us?
12:19 What does”on your land” teach us?
12:20 What proper conduct does this verse teach us?
12:21 What does “as I commanded you” imply?
12:22 Why does the Torah mention “the deer and the hart?
12:23 What do we learn from “only be strong, not to eat the blood” teach us?
What does “the soul with the meat teach us:?
12:24 What does this verse teach us?
What are the punishments for eating different types of blood?
12:27 Why are passive and inactive Hebrew verbs used in this verse
12:28 What does “safeguard” mean?
Why is “safeguard” before “listen” in this verse?
Who do the words “what is good” and “what is right refer to?
13:1 What does “the entire matter” refer to?
What type of commandment is “guard” referring to?
13:5 What does “His commandments shall you keep” refer to?
Where shall He be served?
How shall we cleave to Him?
13:15 What did our Sages learn from this verse?
14:1-2 What does this verse tell us about excessive mourning?
14:21 Who does “the stranger who is in your cities” refer to?
14:21-22 Why are these two verses together?
14:23 Which title is this verse referring to?
15:3 What does “press the non-Jew” mean?
15:8 What is the difference between performing mitzvot without the proper intent and giving to charity?
16:1 Didn’t the Exodus occur during the day? Why does this verse say “ took you out of Egypt at night”?
16:3 What does bread of affliction mean?
Why do we commemorate leaving Egypt in haste?
How do we remember “the day of your departure”?
16:4 What is “the afternoon on the first day”?
16:7 What does “turn back in the morning” teach us?
16:8 What does this verse teach us?
What does “a restraining under Hashem” mean ?
16:15 What did our Sages learn from this work?