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The book of Judges depicts a bleak period in the history of the Israelites, characterized by a recurrent cycle of sin, servitude, repentance, and temporary redemption as the Israelites repeatedly fall into the pagan practices of their neighbors. The concluding chapters of Judges portray the Israelites at a shocking moral nadir—committing all thr...
What happened to the Jewish people in the forty years of wanderings, between the giving of the Torah and their entry into the Holy Land?Where did they go, and what was the purpose of these destinations?The Torah goes into very great detail about the travels and events that took place during these years, but the time, place, and specifics of many...
The History of the Eternal Nation based on Talmud, Midrash, and Rabbinic Writings
By Rabbi Shlome Rotenberg
From when it was published decades ago and until today, Toldos Am Olam has been hailed as a unique work of history, possibly the only one of its kind: a history book based completely on Jewish sources.
The author, Rabbi Shlome Rotenberg,...
For the first time, Jewish history is presented according to authentic Jewish sources; well researched and clearly illustrated with photos, charts, and maps. Vol. I: The Second Temple Era: The era of the Second Commonwealth from the Destruction of the FirAuthor:Rabbi Hersh GoldwurmBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
By Ron Rubin and Jonathan D. Sarna
Strangers and Natives: A Newspaper Narrative of Early Jewish America, 1734 - 1869 focuses on the daily life and customs of the Jewish community and the Jewish people; the formation of Jewish congregations and organizations; and the involvement of Jews in education, literature, journalism, politics, the market...
In this magnificent volume Avrohom Yom Tov (Abie) Rotenberg scours the classic literature to bring us an unprecedented picture of Eliyahu and his mission.Author:Avraham Yom Tov RotenbergBinding:HardcoverDimensions:7.00 X 10.00
In this, his third masterwork, Rabbi Wein takes us from the end of the First Temple Era to the times of the Geonim. He transports us to the eras of Alexander the Great; the miracle of Chanukah; the creation of the Mishnah and Talmud, and how they saved JeAuthor:Rabbi Berel WeinBinding:HardcoverDimensions:7.00 X 9.00
Biographical sketches of 300 great sages and leaders from the 15th-17th centuries. A panoramic range of biographies of great men from all Jewish communities such as Arizal, R' Yosef Caro, Maharsha, R' Menashe ben Yisrael as Jewish life moved eaAuthor:Rabbi Hersh GoldwurmBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
This book brings the wealth of finds and detailed research of ancient Jerusalem to the doorstep of lay readers for the first time. The first part surveys the major historical pewriods in the history of ancient Jerusalem. The second part is a guided tour of all the major sites i the City of David.Featuring illuminating drawings and exciting recon...
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