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How the mitzvah of building a sukkah is performed in three epochs of history: before the giving of the Torah, after the giving of the Torah and after Moshiach comes.

The Evolution of the Sukkah

The Evolution of the Sukkah

Three Phases in the Holiday of Sukkot

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The Evolution of the Sukkah: Three Phases in the Holiday of Sukkot

How the mitzvah of building a sukkah is performed in three epochs of history: before the giving of the Torah, after the giving of the Torah and after Moshiach comes.
Sukkah, Mitzvah, Sukkot
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Rob W. Pittsburgh, PA / U.S.A. October 18, 2012

Thanks, Rabbi Altein! Great video by a righteous rabbi. Rabbi Altein and his wife, Chani, run Chabad of Pittsburgh with its Sabbath and Holiday Learners' Minyans and other programs to help Pittsburgh Jews like me learn about relating to G-d. I'm going to watch this more than once to enhance my understanding, and recommend it to people who might be interested. I love the title, too. Hey Rabbi Altein, I knew you appreciated evolution! :) Speaking of biology / zoology, the Rabbi calls Leviathan a fish, but I thought it was a mamal; indeed, in modern Hebrew, the word means "whale." Has the meaning changed since Biblical times? Reply

Anonymous Desert Hot Springs, California, U.S. October 4, 2012

Gratitude As a Gentile, the Holy Spirit has definitively been guiding me to revere and study all Hebraic influences. Thank you Yisroel Altein for your teachings which help me get closer to our Father and His commandments and wisdom that have been given to the Jewish people for centuries... Reply

Irene Glen Burnie, USA September 28, 2012

Evolution of Sukkah Shalom: This was a very interesting teaching. Thank you for sharing this teaching. May you days be filled with joy in HaShem. Reply

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