More than 3,300 years ago, the prophet Moses led the Israelites away from Egypt to the Promised Land. See where Joshua led them across the Jordan River to enter the land for the first time.
A documentary film will be released in two weeks that asks the question that anyone who reads the Bible wants the answer to: Did Moses really write the holy text? The film is truly a cinematic masterpiece but more importantly, it is the product of a man of faith on a personal quest for truth.
Why would anyone worship a golden calf? Why would anyone put up a golden bull in downtown Manhattan? Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to stare down the snarling idolatry and take a holy peek at the beaming face of Moses as he comes down with the two tablets of God’s Law.
The showdown between Pharaoh and Moses (representing God) begins with a snake throw-down and then escalates from there.
He is fallible, yet the most amazing man ever – Moses, our great teacher, is born in this week’s Torah portion.
Debate continually rages over the credibility of the Bible. One such example concerns the Exodus – is it Moses’ first-hand account or was it written more than 1,000 years later? The Bible implies that Moses wrote an eyewitness record of the Exodus journey.
On Friday, Ari Fuld made a video explaining Moses’ farewell speech to the Children of Israel. On Sunday, a Palestinian terrorist stabbed Fuld to death.
Ancient Hebrew medicine involved combining powerful herbs into creams, oils and ointments for topical use and healing, said Amir Kitron, a doctor of chemistry.
‘There was a supernatural aspect to the election of [US President Donald] Trump to the Oval office,’ says Stephen Strang, founder and CEO of Charisma Magazine.