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Professor Lawrence Schiffman discusses the Qumran Scrolls
It was probably the worst time to have to deal with ancient manuscripts. In 1947, a Bedouin shepherd tossed a stone into a cave close to the northwest shore of the Dead Sea, in Qumran. Rather than the sound of rock or earth, he heard the sound of breaking...
with Lawrence Schiffman
The Temple Mount
Professor Lawrence Schiffman, a noted scholar, details the rich historical significance of the sacred sites of the Western Wall and the Temple Mount in Jerusalem up until their modern day status.
Few if any archaeological finds in the past century have elicited the interest or controversy that has surrounded the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Part III
Professor Lawrence Schiffman (Part 3)
Lubavitch's openess, with NYU Professor Lawrence Schiffman
Part II
Professor Lawrence Schiffman (Part 2)
The Rebbe's Torah Scholarship, NYU Professor Lawrence Schiffman
Part I
Professor Lawrence Schiffman (Part 1)
The Rebbe and gentiles, NYU Professor Lawrence Schiffman
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