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Elijah at Mt. Carmel

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For an informed reading of I Kings 18:20–39
The famous story of Elijah on Mount Carmel is read as the haftarah for the portion of Ki Tisa. In it, Elijah, the prophet of G‑d, puts to the test what was at the time perceived as the most supreme and powerful of all the gods—Baal. The central story in t...
Elijah's Challenge, The Contest, Divine Revelation, End of the Famine, Elijah's Flight, G-d's Message on Mt. Horeb, Elijah's Successor
A person who has a foot on each side of the fence, and never taken a leap of faith in either direction, is less likely to recognize when he or she has veered in the wrong direction . . .
There was a time in Jewish history, it must of been a really long time ago, when the drug of choice for most people was idolatry... Go figure. The cocaine of idolatry was Baal. The high society would secretly worship Baal.
This class analyzes the story of Elijah the Prophet on Mt. Carmel where he challenged the worshipers of the Ba’al.
The division of the nation into the Kingdom of Judah and the Kingdom of Israel until the latter was disbanded and the ten tribes were exiled and dispersed; in the years 2964 to 3205 from creation.
Haifa is best known as a working — not a beach — town. The saying goes, “Haifa works, Jerusalem prays, and Tel Aviv plays.”
For the Haftarah of KI Tisa, From the Teachings of the Rebbe
The confrontation between Elijah, the prophet of G-d, and 450 prophets of Baal, and its lessons for our daily lives.
During the period when the nation of Israel was split into two kingdoms, Elijah the prophet had a showdown at Mt. Carmel with 450 false prophets of the Baal idol . . .
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