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Rabbi Manis Friedman is a world-renowned author, lecturer and philosopher; and co-founder of Bais Chana Institute of Jewish Studies. He also served as simultaneous translator for the live televised talks by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
The "False Gods" of Our Day and Age
This 6-part series looks at the "false gods" of American society: money, love, self, happiness, equality and celebrity.
Rabbi Manis Friedman shares a glimpse into the Rebbe’s vision and historic impact as portrayed in how the Rebbe unmuted the Jewish world and gave us back our voice. A talk on the Rebbe’s yahrtzeit at an evening of tribute near the Rebbe’s Ohel (resting pl...
Join Rabbi Manis Friedman as he examines one of the most perplexing questions we have. Why do bad things happen, period?
Does faith ever make you uncomfortable? Rabbi Manis Friedman tackles all this head-on and addresses the fundamental beliefs and ideas of Judaism.
Maimonides states that we should not think that the messianic necessitates the suspension of nature. This tells us something very profound about the effect we have on world via doing mitzvahs.
Moshiach is the Jewish leader leading us throughout the messianic era. What is the function and need for a person to serve as leader in a perfected time?
Moshiach will be a descendant of King David. What is the significance of this link? How are we to understand the potential for Moshiach in each generation?
What will the world be like in the messianic era? What is the meaning a “new Torah” being revealed in the times of Moshiach? Will Mitzvah observance be the same? In a perfected world, which the messianic era will usher in, what will be the objective of do...
Should we be afraid of divine judgment in the messianic era? What is the nature of this reckoning in a good and redeemed world?
Making Sense of the "Ten Commandments"
How do you explain and make the Ten Commandments relevant to children? Watch how Rabbi Manis Friedman explains them in a fresh way so that even a puppet could understand.
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