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The Two Voices

A new perspective on the meaning of teshuvah

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The Two Voices: A new perspective on the meaning of teshuvah

As we approach Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, join Rabbi Sacks on an intellectual journey to explore the concept and deep meanings of teshuvah (repentance).

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David M. LeBlanc Vermont, USA September 16, 2015

very enlightening teaching regarding distinctions of perspective regarding atonement and teshuvah. Excellent. Thank you Rabbi Sacks. Reply

Annie Dheere Cyprus September 15, 2015

Thank you How can one really express gratitude for the feelings conveyed during this past hour listening the greatness of what G-d is in our lives. Never loose faith in G-d and never stop returning to Him. The awesomeness of G-d for never loosing faith in the Jewish people and in humanity. Rabbi Sacks thank you. Elevating me to a level never imagined I could have reached. Reply

Paul Charron Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. September 8, 2015

Well done Rabbi Sacks. The elucidation of the positions regarding Teshuva put forth by both Rambam and The Ramban was a rare gem, giving a higher level of insight on the issue of repentance. Remarkable shiur. Todah! Reply

Margarita Stein Australia September 8, 2015

Thank you Thank you - most wonderful and thought provoking. Reply

Uri Yitzchak Orlando,FL,U.S.A. September 6, 2015

Rabbi Sacks: this was my very first time listening to one of your lectures, and it was a pleasure to learn from you. The insights between the different opinions of the Rambam and the Ramban, priest and prophet, and the way you presented the information was quiet remarkable. Very interesting and enlightening. Kol haKavod, and thank you for sharing your knowledge with us. May you and your family be inscribed for a happy and sweet New Year! Reply

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