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A biblical history of the Jews
After the seventy-year exile in Babylon, many of the Jewish people return to their homeland under the leadership of Ezra.
Stories of the Tanach
A history of the Jewish people as detailed in the books of the Tanach (Jewish Bible), beginning with the book of Joshua.
Verses: When G‑d taught Moses the Torah, He also taught him the proper pronunciation and punctuation of its words: vowels, grammar, and sentence set-up—i.e. verses (pesukim). Similarly, the authors of the respective (divinely inspired) books of Prophets a...
These are the foundational texts of Judaism. Here’s what’s inside them…
The Torah, or Chumash, refers to the Five Books of Moses, also known as the Pentateuch. It comprises the first five books of the Torah.
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The Five Books of Moses, Lesson 1
This lesson presents a basic overview of the Torah and its background history, its origins and authorship, the different sections and their themes, and a breakdown of the inside of a Torah Scroll.
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What is the “literary” significance of the Giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai? The unique status and function of the Five Books of Moses within the biblical canon.
Gain an understanding of the basic stories, ideas and lessons from the early Nevi’im in Nach (the books of Prophets).
The Steinsaltz Ketuvim features the pioneering translation and commentary of Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz and includes a treasure trove of information to make the text clear, fascinating, and relevant to users of all backgrounds.
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