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Clear Prophesy as a Sign of Heavenly Closeness By: Rabbi Avishai David
In this Torah class (shiur) on prophesy, Rabbi Avishai David explains the fantastic clarity of the Revelation at Sinai, and uses this as the basis for understanding differences between clarity and style of various prophets throughout history.  Yeshayahu prophesied at a time when Jerusalem was in her full glory, and therefore gave the brief and concise descriptions of one who is accustomed to G-dly revelations.  In contrast, Yechezkel's descriptions are lengthy, and both Yechezkel and Yirmiyahu were troubled by false prophets, as they both prophesied when the Shechina was leaving Jeruslaem and the destruction of the Temple was occurring.  This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.

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Class: The Nature of Prophesy

Added: May 09, 2011

Class Number: 19 of 30

Time: 55:58

Topics: Prophecy


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