Tag: Neviim/Prophets

Strange But True- Shemuel/Samuel (2 of 2)

(2 of 2) Rabbi Labaton discuss’s some of the most controversial parts of the book of Samuel, in Prophets. In addition, he discusses how sometimes

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Strange But True- Shemuel/Samuel(1 of 2)

(1  of 2) Rabbi Labaton discuss’s some of the most controversial parts of the book of Samuel, in Prophets. In addition, he discusses how sometimes the commentators will take a strange text and find ways to normalize it or unstrangize

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Twelve Prophets (7 of 11) 5/5/03

Recorded 5/5/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series – Tere Asar (Twelve Prophets) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Prophets (6 of 11) 3/31/03

Recorded 3/31/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series – Neviim (Prophets) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book of the

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Philosophy of the Bible Series – Introduction to Prophets (5 of 11) 3/24/03

Recorded 3/24/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series – Introduction to Neviim (Prophets) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Selective Process in Jewish History (4 of 11) 3/10/03

Philosophy of the Bible Series (4 of 11) Recorded 3/10/03 The Selective Process in Jewish History– Not only does every person not impact the world, but some never even succeed in understanding the ideas, ideals, and values of Judaism. Some choose to

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