One Year Torah Reading Cycle
Traditionally, the five books of the Torah (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy) are divided into “weekly parashot” (portions or readings) so that the entire volume can be read in the Synagogue every Sabbath over a period of one or three years.
Please note that, since these articles were originally written for the Three Year Torah Reading Cycle, the haftarah portions may not match those of the Annual Cycle, however, many insights can still be found and much benefit gained from each of these in depth and very thorough Torah studies.
Below are 151 Torah Commentaries written for the Triennial Cycle but arranged and organized, here, for the One Year Torah Reading Schedule. For a comparison of the Three Year and One Year Torah Reading Cycles, click here.