Toras Chaim

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Yeshiva Toras Chaim

Yeshiva Toras Chaim (YTC) is an all-male, Lithuanian (Litvish)-style Talmudic academy. It was founded in Denver, Colorado in 1967. It is headed by the Roshei Yeshiva, Rav Yisroel Meir Kagan, and Rav Yitzchok Wasserman, both students of Rabbi Aharon Kotler, founder and rosh yeshiva of Beth Medrash Govoha in Lakewood, New Jersey. YTC is located in the Denver West Side Jewish Community in the neighborhood of West Colfax, Denver.

<i>Toras Chaim</i> (Chabad) Chabad philosophy book

Toras Chaim is a two-volume work of Hasidic discourses on the books of Genesis and Exodus by the second Chabad Rebbe, Rabbi Dovber Schneuri. The work is arranged in a similar fashion as Likutei Torah/Torah Or, a fundamental work on Chabad philosophy authored by Rabbi Dovber's father, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the founder of the Chabad movement. Both works are arranged according to the weekly Torah portion.

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