This class is part of the program of Yeshiva University-s, Torah MiTzion, Zichron DOV, Toronto, Beit Midrash - www,TorontoTorah,com. This class was recorded at the Thornhill Community Shul For more contact Thornhill Community Shul, www,thornhillshul.com, email ravavi@rogers,com
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This class was recorded at the Thornhill Community Shul For more contact Thornhill Community Shul, www,thornhillshul,com, email arothman@aish,com - This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario Sponsored in part by www.canadianfundingcorporation.com, for more on the Kollel go to http://thornhillkollel.com/
Rabbi EliGoldwasser takes an original look at Purim - This class was recorded at the Thornhill Community Shul For more contact Thornhill Community Shul, www.thornhillshul.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org - This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario Sponsored in part by www.canadianfundingcorporation.com, for more on the Kollel go to http://thornhillkollel.com/
Final section of things you need to know to fully enjoy this remarkable Yom Tov, Holiday, in 35 minutes Rabbi Feigenbaum has compressed some of the great insights into Purim, you should not miss this class.
If the Purim story was such a great miracle, why is G-d's name never mentioned in the entire recorded story of Purim in the Megila? And what was so much of a miracle? How does the story of Queen Esther compare to the miracle of the splitting of the red sea? According to Rabbi Simon Jacobson, in part two of his interview with Rabbi Yosef Katzman, host of A Cable to Jewish Life, the story of purim never ended. He claims that the Baal Shem Tov says that the Purim story replays constantly in your ...
Purim happened in ancient Persia, present day Iraq and iran. Any connection between todays tensions in that part of the world and Purim of old? If Yom Kippur (Yom HaKiPurim) is only similar to Purim, which implies that Purim is holier and greater than yom kippur, how is it that on Yom Kippur we fast and spend the entire day in temple, while on purim we eat, drink, and mostly have a very good time (and that's an understatement). What brings us closer to g-d and the mission he entrusted us with ...