A New series by Rabbi Chananya Hoffinger will take you on a Journey through Jewish History the way it’s taught in the Torah and in Yiddishe sources from Adam all the way through the times of the Shoftim.
A New series by Rabbi Chananya Hoffinger will take you on a Journey through Jewish History the way it’s taught in the Torah and in Yiddishe sources. Many people don’t have a clear picture of the events recorded in the Torah and Neviim, they may have bits and pieces, but not the complete bigger picture. These videos will give you the bigger picture and also the details.
The videos will start from the creation of Adam and continue to Noach and the Mabul. They will then continue to cover the life of Avraham Avinu; where he was born, where he moved, and what he did in each place. Eventually, the classes will also cover topics such as the 15 Shoftim, the 42 kings, and the different kingdoms that each tried to destroy the Jewish people.
New videos are posted a few times a week.
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A website will be set up today for this Jewish history project. It will be jewishhistoryacademy.com
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Is there a website or place we can go to when we want to see them? Can’t do the whatsapp groups but would love to be able to go to a blog or website to view the videos…
I to would really appreciate a web link to watch these videos. Please can you do that?
Thanks for the idea. A website will br set up today. It will be jewishhistoryacademy.com
Website is a great idea! Looking forward to it.
Many might not be aware, but as pictured above, the apple as in Etz Hadaas, is not sourced in Torah.