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2+ Hour Video Course
In “The Gathering Storm: Decoding the Secrets of Noah," Rabbi Daniel Lapin will astound you with a traditional Jewish analysis of the events leading up to the Flood. Beginning with the verses that list the ten generations between Adam and Noah that are so frequently skipped over, and following the tale through Noah and his family’s rescue. Actually, through the building of the ark you will be amazed to discover practical life lessons that you can apply immediately.
Even with no Hebrew background, you’ll discover that there are no superfluous words in the original God-given Hebrew Bible. Among other revelations, the generous graphics clearly show how this knowledge changes the entire meaning of a verse and how the different names used for God in different places act as Divine clues to help us understand what is really going on. Even if you cannot read or comprehend a word of Hebrew, Rabbi Lapin will gently guide you through this portion of Genesis, using his exceptional blend of humor and wisdom.
Watching this 2+ hour video course will give you insight into human behavior that will allow you to ensure that your faith, family and fortune thrive no matter how stormy it gets outside.
Based on Rabbi Daniel Lapin's popular audio teaching of the same name, this course has been updated to bring you the content in a visual format with additional graphics and some new material. It also includes a printable PDF with study tips as well as copies of the graphics used in the course, and room for personal note-taking.