Rabbi Daniel Lapin teaches the Hebrew Bible verse by verse, revealing life transforming secrets of ancient Jewish wisdom found in the Torah.
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In the course you will learn:
- Why is the first verse of the Bible one of only two verses containing seven words and twenty-eight letters and what does this prophesize?
- What does the Bible mean by “the first day”? Is it literally 24 hours?
- Discover the spiritual significance of numbers.
What buried treasure is concealed in the original language of the Bible? Find out by joining Rabbi Daniel Lapin as he teaches verse by verse through the Torah, revealing the life-transforming secrets of ancient Jewish wisdom. He will be your guide to important Hebrew words as well as thousands of years of understanding.
Unit 1 starts with foundational principles found in Genesis Chapter 1:1, wending its way through the six days of Creation and culminating with Chapter 2:3, the actual stopping place for this section.
Originally planned as 15 half-hour lessons, the course has been expanded to 20 lessons. Each lesson is followed by a short quiz to cement your newfound knowledge. (If you need help, we’ll provide it.) You will receive access to a new lesson after completing the previous quiz; you can make this weekly journey, or move along at your own pace. The course also includes a paird study guide to help you (or your small group) go into more depth.The reference slides are also included as PDF that you can download and print. It provides graphical clarity to some of the ideas and also allows space for note-taking.
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