For those looking to learn about the Holocaust, Rabbi Hanoch Teller’s latest CD set is where to turn. Titled “Comprehending the Incomprehensible,” the album contains 11 lectures covering the events of the Holocaust. In addition to describing the historical events of the Holocaust, Teller also details the personal accounts of survivors before and during the war years.
Within just 13 hours, Teller manages to reflect on all human aspects of the perpetrators, victims, collaborators, resisters, apologists and rescue workers. His in depth analysis identifies the religious, social and moral issues that they were faced with.
World renowned scholar, Rabbi Hanoch Teller is known for his inspiring and motivational speeches that reach millions of listeners around the world. The internationally-acclaimed story-teller relays messages with exuberance, drama and laughter. Famous for his vast knowledge of the Holocaust, Rabbi Teller is one of the worlds foremost speakers on the subject.
In addition to acting as a consultant for many Holocaust related projects, Rabbi Teller has led thousands on tours through Yad V’shaem, the World Center for Holocaust research. With his entertaining and original style of speech, he captivates his audience, leaving them with a wealth of knowledge and inspiration.
In a review of the CD set, former educator at Yad Vashem, Dr. Gideon Greif, said: “These lectures are masterpieces of lucidity, scholarship, and historical comprehension that only one with a sensitive and emotion-filled heart could convey. I would recommend this series to anyone – Jewish or Gentile, young or old, intelligent or unschooled. There is no more concise education I am aware of regarding the Holocaust.”
In another review, Rabbanit Vicky Berglas, Holocaust Historian, said, “With sensitivity, passion and profound scholarship, Rabbi Hanoch Teller helps us to understand that which no one can fathom. He teaches us not only about the history, events and chronology of the Holocaust in the most engaging way, but about the courage and the spirit of the Jews living in these inhuman conditions — as no one else can. Whoever listens to his lectures will benefit and be enriched from his vast knowledge and insight on the subject.”
In his rich speaking tone, Rabbi Teller draws a full picture of the Holocaust, connecting events and bringing facts together. While receiving a full education on the history of the Holocaust, the listener will also gain the humane aspect, giving them a personal connection to the story as well.
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