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Immersed in received knowledge of the higher realms, secluded from the confusion of humankind and earthly pleasures, there comes a day when the prophet hears with his ears the voice that brings all into being; he sees with his eyes the splendor of that li...
Proofs that the Book of Esther was written with divine inspiration
Proofs that the Book of Esther was written with divine inspiration
G-d's Hiding Place
The word world is an Old English composite of two separate words, wer old, meaning “the age of man.” The Hebrew word for world, olam, on the other hand, means hidden (helem), Pesachim 50a. alluding to G‑d’s concealment in creation. The former expresses an...
Appointments With G-d
More than the commemoration of bygone events that transpired in ancient history, Jewish festivals are contemporary celebrations of ideas and energies present in the here and now. This is why they are called moadim—appointments. Zechariah 8:18; Ezekiel 46:...
Experts have compared the Bible to other writings of 3,000 years ago . . .
You will learn what really happened at Sinai when G‑d came down on a mountaintop. What was the reality of our ancestors at that time? In what way is it different from what we experience today? What does G‑d need us for anyway? See how all this is packed i...
Proving the presence of G-d and the Torah.
What’s the Occasion? Each year the festival of Shavuot is celebrated in commemoration of “the occasion of the giving of our Torah” (zeman matan torateinu):Text of the festival liturgy. the climactic revelation at Sinai to the recently liberated Israelite ...
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