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The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 37
Conclusion of the mini-series on feminine prophecy and with lasting legacies of great biblical women! This Torah class is on Talmud tractate Megillah page 14a-14b.
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 36
A Torah class is on Talmud tractate Megillah page 14b.
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 35
A Torah class is on Talmud tractate Megillah page 14a-b.
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 34
A Torah class is on Talmud tractate Megillah page 14a.
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 33
The third-in-a-series about Female Prophetic Superiority, comes on the heels of the observation that Hamanic plotting catalyzed greater spiritual rejuvenation than EVEN the exceptional down-to-earth form of prophecy uniquely endowed to females. Here, once...
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 32
Analysis of the assertion that empowerment of Haman to prosecute the Jews was more impactful than even inspired messages of Prophetesses, continues here – per the thesis previously presented, that females would have received a superior form of prophecy. S...
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 31
After elucidating the reason a (relatively) small number of Prophets were cited (in juxtaposing lackluster spiritual awakenings they engendered, in comparison with the tsunami of Teshuva caused by Haman), the Talmud seeks to identity the seven Prophetesse...
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 30
The extraordinary spiritual awakening catalyzed by Haman’s Royal Ringing was juxtaposed with the tepid response to the plethora of Prophetic pleading we were privileged to receive. The number of male prophets presented was 48. Here, the Talmud returns to ...
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 29
Having established the joyous Hallel song-of-praise commemorating the Exodus narrative (climaxing in the Song-at-Sea) as biblical basis for ordaining the commemorative Purim holiday, we are left with a gaping hole in the jurisprudence: So why indeed did o...
The Talmud on the Megillah, Lesson 28
Equally twisted with hatred, the King places blind trust in his Prime Minister – handing him the royal signet ring and effectively granting unlimited power to deal with his “Jewish Problem.” Haman could now “sign” a royal edict legalizing genocide in Acha...
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