Rabbi Avishai David begins his class on Sefer Yirmiyahu by exploring certain issues relating to the 24 sefarim (books) of the Tanach.
Rabbi Avishai David continues his class on Sefer Yirmiyahu by exploring the distinctions between Torah, Nevi’im and Ketuvim.
Rabbi Avishai David continues his Introduction to Prophecy with a definition of one who can be considered a true Prophet.
In this class on Sefer Yirmiyahu, Rabbi Avishai David gives an examination of the historical backdrop of Yirmiyahu HaNavi, and the circumstances that prompted his Nevu’ah.
Rabbi Avishai David ends his introduction to Sefer Yirmiyahu with the Abarbanel’s comparison of Yirmiyahu with Moshe Rabbeinu and the Malbim’s critique of this description.
In this class, Rabbi Avishai David gives an examination of the first Perek of Sefer Yirmiyahu.
Rabbi Avishai David talks about the role of the Jewish people, Klal Yisrael, as being the epicenter of everything, as well as the role of the land of Israel, Eretz Yisrael.
Rabbi Avishai David does an overview of Perakim 2, 3, and 4, in Sefer Yirmiyahu, and discusses the differing tones in each perek.
In his discussion on Sefer Yirmiyahu, Rabbi Avishai David does an overview of Perakim 5 & 6, and then contrasts the two.
In his continued discussion on Sefer Yirmiyahu, Rabbi Avishai David demonstrates the structure of perakim 5-9. In addition, he discusses the false sense of security encouraged by the leaders of Yirmiyahu’s time, who assured the population that the Temple would never be destroyed.
In his continued discussion on Sefer Yirmiyahu, Rabbi Avishai David speaks about how this Perek is the fulcrum of Perakim 5-9.
Rabbi Avishai David focuses on the theme of Perek 7 in Sefer Yirmiyahu.
Rabbi Avishai David analyzes the comparison of Klal Yisrael to animals and birds and the analogy of sin to sickness, and discusses the importance of avoidance of ‘sheker’.