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Long live the King! What does the start of the year have to do with the crowning of G-d as the king of our world? Join us as we explore the four ways in Torah study in connection with this concept

Rosh Hashanah: The King In The Field

Rosh Hashanah: The King In The Field

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Long live the King! What does the start of the year have to do with the crowning of G-d as the king of our world? Join us as we explore the four ways in Torah study in connection with this concept
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Brian Sandridge Simsbury September 3, 2013

Wow! A whole world of wisdom to ponder. Reply

Avraham September 28, 2005

I miss you Rabbi Kagan is so missed. Reply

Jim Huskey Poplar Bluff, Missouri September 24, 2005

Thank You Rabbi Kagan, I as a Noahide enjoyed the message you have passed on... I have learned much from the Rebbi and Rabbi Kagan and the other articles... Thank You for Being the Light to the World.. (Shalom) May G-D show Israel Peace and safety in these times... Reply

carlos rojas Tegucigalpa, Honduras September 20, 2005

excellent Excellent job by Rabbi Meir Kagan, very clear and didactic. Reply

Aviva Merion, PA September 9, 2005

Rabbi Kagan: The King in the Field Rabbi Kagan is a superb, inspiring speaker. Excellent! Many thanks for the audio tapes online. I love the articles too! Reply

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