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An in-depth analysis of a puzzling Talmudic passage which foretells that Moshiach will be a king and that his ancestor David will be his viceroy.

A King and a Viceroy

A King and a Viceroy

The Messiah and King David

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A King and a Viceroy: The Messiah and King David

An in-depth analysis of a puzzling Talmudic passage which foretells that Moshiach will be a king and that his ancestor David will be his viceroy.
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Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin is the official Chabad emissary to downtown Brooklyn, rabbi of Congregation B’nai Avraham in Brooklyn Heights, New York and Dean of Brooklyn Heights Jewish Academy. He is the author of the books “Thank You God for Making Me a Woman", "Letters of Light", "By Divine Design", and "Guardian of Israel", and the co-author of "The Rabbi & The CEO".
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Leah VA December 7, 2016

Hi Rabbi Raskin,
I am a huge fan of your shiurim. I really enjoy them. This one really spoke to me today. I loved the story at the end and how you explained what "Living with Moshiach" means.
Thanks so much.

ps-- I love when you mention things about your grandfather, because I knew him. He was a giant of a man and he is missed. Reply

Mr. Leo Kling September 5, 2011

Acknowledgement Thank you, Rabbi Raskin. I'm sorry I had not said so in my first post, I learned a lot from your
lecture. Baruch HaShem. Reply

A. Raskin brooklyn, ny August 31, 2011

response The passage from Tzefanyah is found in chap. 3:9. The other 3 names of Moshiach are: shin-Shiloh, yud-Yinon, ches-Chanina. Reply

Leo Kingston Springs, USA August 29, 2011

Two Questions Please tell me from where in Ts'phanyah did you quote, and what are the other 3 names based on the shin, yod and cheit in moshiakh's name?
B"H Reply