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. . . and why we need to know
The big question of history is: why is there any history at all? Meaning, why is there a story, that which we call progress? How did history get its arrow?
Jewish History from the Destruction to Modernity
History of the Jews in Exile
This history of the Jewish people in exile covers roughly two millennia, beginning with the Mishnaic period and continuing through to the Modern Age.
If we map time, will we see where it’s leading us?
Does time, as well, have a topography?
Stories of the Tanach
A Biblical History of the Jews
A history of the Jewish people as detailed in the books of the Tanach (Jewish Bible), beginning with the book of Joshua.
A sense of history provides context to help us better deal with the present, tools to understand ourselves and others. Understanding our national past strengthens pride and provides a sense of the mystery of transcendence about our role in the universe. P...
How We View Our Collective Past as Jews
History vs. Memory
A compelling argument for the case that Jewish education must portray our ancestors not as individuals who once lived, but as people who are alive today.
There’s no such thing as history in Judaism. The last message that Moses imparted to his people demonstrates this point.
I don't mean the "miracle of childbirth" and "every sunrise is a miracle" -- I'm talking about splitting seas and voices-from-heaven kind of miracles. Why did the people of the Bible get all the special effects and we don't?
Kids from the heavily industrialized city of Donetsk, Ukraine, enjoyed a break from the smog at a Chabad-Lubavitch camp outside of the city.
The waters of the flood are like the waters of a ritualarium -- a mikveh -- where the waters spiritually cleanse the dross that accumulates in the course of our life's endeavors. The world received a spiritual cleansing, and this set the course of history...
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