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Where is the Holy Ark?

A Textual Analysis of Maimonides' Mishneh Torah

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Where is the Holy Ark?: A Textual Analysis of Maimonides' Mishneh Torah

A precise textual analysis of ch. 4, halacha 1 of Rambam's "Laws of the Chosen House" (Hilchos Beis HaBechira) considers the historical role of the Ark in the Temple as well as its location today. (Based on Likutei Sichos vol. 21)
Three Weeks, Mishneh Torah (Rambam), Ark

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Hermine stover PERRIS July 29, 2014

the ARK As I listened I thought "I will NEVER understand this!" And then I understood. What an amazing teacher, for whom and to whom I am grateful. Reply

Anonymous brooklyn, New York July 29, 2012

Holy Ark It is so profound, I thought it would be only a story about the Holy Ark. it shows one can't measure the depth of wisdom of our holy Rabbis, who teach the wisdom of the Holy One blessed be He! Reply

Shoshana Leah Roth torrance, CA July 29, 2012

Rambam laws of Biet Hamikdosh / Holy Ark Thank you Rabbi Wagner for this wonderful insight on the Beit Hamikdosh and the Holy Ark. Reply

dr johnny lloyde dallas, texas July 25, 2012

yeaaa but where is it in 100 words or less where is it in a hundred words or less for those of us who dont have time. Reply

David Sternlight Los Angeles, CA July 20, 2012

Making the Rebbe's work accessible. For those of us not fluent in Hebrew or Yiddish this is a wonderful and profound contribution in today's internet world, especially for those who learn by listening in their language of fluency. The emphasis of Sichos in English and in a way providing some of the power of the Rebbe's original delivery. I found this particular material both moving and profound. Reply

Sergio Ronay Mexico City, Mexico July 19, 2012

Where is the Holy Ark? I not only saw and heard your class... I also felt it!!!
Yasher koach. Reply

Elijah Knokke, Belgium July 28, 2011

Holy Ark Very nice video. It brings many things into perspective. By teshuvah do you mean acknowledgement of our personal and collective guilt or us following Torah law as it is written instead of how it has been interpreted over the generations, or both? Or neither and I'm missing the point? :-) Reply

marc heyman north augusta, s.c. July 26, 2011

holy ark once again this bnai noach has learned more. may all those who love G d praise him for our blessed rabbis men of faith and learning.some day soon i pray i shall be considerd a jew.
thank you so much
i have learned so much from this wonderful website, your efforts pay off more than you can imagine Reply

Mr. James Wright July 25, 2011

Holy Ark This is an excellent story on the Ark and it's effect on our lives. Reply

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