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What is the Jewish belief in the Resurrection of the Dead? What will actually happen and what is the purpose of this supernatural phenomenon?
The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 3
The Talmud seeks scriptural origins of the foundational Jewish belief: “the dead will live again”. The tracing trajectory leads us to Aaron HaKohen and subtleties of the mandatory Terumah offerings the Nation of Israel provides for the Kohen clerisy. Ulti...
The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 2
The Gemara begins its analysis of the Mishnah by attempting to understand why lack of faith in the resurrection is so egregiously sinful—as to rob a soul of its eternity! As evidenced by a fascinating biblical narrative, Divine retribution seems to follow...
When we’ll be reunited with our loved ones
We believe that following the coming of Moshiach we will all be reunited with all the departed souls of our loved ones. Why is the resurrection of the dead such a fundamental belief in Judaism?
Moshiach Facts, Lesson 2
One of Maimonides' Principles of Faith is that the dead will live again. This class presents an overview of this fundamental concept from biblical, logical, and historical perspectives.
Life After Life: Lesson 1
A fundamental Jewish belief is that we will live in our bodies a second time around. But after experiencing life in heaven, why would any soul want to return to this earth?
The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 13
Scriptural statements about the post-messianic resurrection, indicate disparate prophetic traditions: souls being restored to broken bodies vs. refurbished resurrection, death forever-gone vs. extraordinary longevity, and an atmosphere of the future glowi...
The customary preamble to Pirkei Avot
The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 4
Learn the responses of outstanding Sages of antiquity to challenges presented by a variety of antagonists, apathetics and agnostics. This class presents a fascinating selection of varied scriptural sources; presented as proof in response to those who ques...
The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 1
This inaugural class on the final chapter of tractate Sanhedrin covers the opening Mishnah, which speaks of “who will, and who won't, receive a portion of the proverbial World-to-Come.” Amongst the fascinating topics covered in this Talmud series are Tora...
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