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Avrohom Bergstein

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Rabbi Avrohom Bergstein serves as associate rabbi at Congregation Anshei Lubavitch of Fair Lawn, NJ, where he lives with his wife Rivky and their children. Rabbi Bergstein also serves as dean of JLI’s Machon Shmuel - the Sami Rohr Research Institute.
The Evil Babylonian King Who Destroyed Jerusalem
Nebuchadnezzar is notorious for decimating the Jewish presence in the Land of Israel, exiling the vast majority of its denizens to Babylon, and destroying the first Holy Temple.
The man who lived 969 years
Methuselah was one of the Seven Shepherds, i.e. spiritual leaders of their respective eras.
Nathan was a prominent prophet during the reign of King David and King Solomon.
The Book of Job explores the morality of Divine justice through the experience of human suffering, primarily the suffering of Job himself.
Her tenure as queen of Israel is equated with that of Queen Vashti of Persia, who was renowned for her ruthless and hedonistic lifestyle.
A scion of the royal Davidic dynasty, Isaiah became one of the preeminent prophets of Israel during the first Jewish commonwealth.
Daniel (3304-3399 / 457-362 BCE) was a celebrated Jewish scholar and master interpreter of dreams who was exiled to Babylon after the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
Malachi (d. 312 BCE) was a member of the Great Assembly during the beginning of the second Jewish commonwealth and was considered the last Jewish prophet.
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