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As Described in the Bible, Midrash and Talmud
Jethro (or Yitro or Yisro) was a Midianite priest and the father-in-law of Moses. He is mentioned three times in the Pentateuch, once in the Prophets and in numerous places in rabbinic literature. Let us learn what we can about this fascinating figure.
The Preparations, The Revelation on Sinai, The Ten Commandments, Moses Receives the Torah
The greatest conspiracy theory of all time is materialism. The second greatest conspiracy theory is that the Jews invented the Torah...
Many view comparisons between the holocaust and other tragedies as trivializing the holocaust. Is this indeed the case?
“And [Moses] was there [on Mount Sinai] with G‑d forty days and forty nights; bread he did not eat and water he did not drink” (Exodus 34:28). Very interesting. Have you ever tried it?
The pages of history are full of examples of artists and composers with genuine talent who were disregarded during their lifetimes.
If G‑d was trying to give His best credentials to His newly acquired nation, why would He choose to mention the exodus? Isn't the creation of the heavens and earth a far greater feat?
Six days before the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai, nothing happened.
Why did the Almighty choose the imagery of an eagle to describe His love for and providence over us? One question - five explanations
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