The Brilliant Bekiyus of Rav Daniel Feldman of YU

Many Baalei Teshuva unfortunately did not have the good fortune of sitting and learning for years in a single Yeshiva. But the benefit of this is that we feel free to partake of Torah in the many different forms that we find it. In Kew Gardens Hills we particularly reap the benefits of the tremendous Iyun (depth) of the Chofetz Chaim style of learning and the amazing Bekiyas (breadth) of the many Yeshiva University rebbeim and alumni who live here.

This morning the Vaad L’Chizuk HaTorah (of which Steve Brizel is an active participant) sponsored a shiur by Rabbi Daniel Feldman, a Rosh Yeshiva at YU (but not a KGH resident) on the Shesh Zichiros (Six Rememberances). With no notes, Rav Feldman covered an amazing amount of material in 75 minutes and at the end recapped the 50 or so points he made. Everybody in attendance was in awe of his tremendous mastery of the material and I thought some of the people here at Beyond BT might benefit from this great shiur.

You can download the shiur here.

You can purchase Rav Feldman’s recent sefer here.

3 comments on “The Brilliant Bekiyus of Rav Daniel Feldman of YU

  1. FWIW, all of the “Yeshiva University rebbeyim” are RY in the Rabbi Issach Elchanan Theological Seminary (” RIETS), which is an affiliate of YU.

  2. It need not be said, but I’ll say it anyway, that both Chofetz Chaim and YU, as well as most other Yeshivas have multitudes of rebbeim and alumni who are masterful in iyun and bekiyas.

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