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Knowledge of G-d

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Uncovering the feeling of awe (Tanya Ch. 42)
Moses spoke to G-d face to face, so of course he was in awe. What about me? Can I feel what Moses did?
Embracing tensions in Maimonides’ theology
Throughout Maimonides' writings there is a clear tension between his goal of communicating a clear theosophical vision and his affirmation that ultimately the human mind cannot full grasp the true nature of G-d.
Farbreng, Episode 23
Upon concluding the study of Mishneh Torah, Maimonides’ code of Jewish law, we immediately start again from the very beginning, which implies a strong connection between the two bookends. (From “Messages”—Season 2, Episode 23)
Jewish Theology, Lesson 1
Who or what is G‑d? How do we define the undefinable? Is there an intelligent way to speak of G‑d? If so, what is it? First in a six-part course on core Jewish beliefs.
The First Commandment
"I am the Lord your G-d, Who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.”
A Tisha B'Av Study
Why building a Temple on the Temple Mount is by necessity the first stage in making the world a G-dly place. (Based on the Rebbe's discourse Gadol Yihyeh K'vod Habayis Hazeh, 5722.)
After the Talmudic sage Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai committed the Zohar to writing, he was informed by Heaven: “With this book of yours the Jewish people will be sustained.”
11 Nissan, 5745 · April 2, 1985
Maimonides concludes his code of Jewish law, the Mishneh Torah: “In the Era of Moshiach… there will be no occupation in the whole world except to know G-d alone. Therefore, the Jews will be great sages, knowing the hidden matters and grasping their Creato...
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