This episode lays the background of the Sadducees and Pharisees from the Hasmonean period.
Separating the milk and meat of the scriptures.
This program examines two examples of Oral Torah rejected by the Sadducees: The Water Pouring Ceremony of Sukkot and the Wood Offering.
Continuing in our study of the background of the time of Yeshua, we look at the major differences between the Pharisees and Sadducees. The Water Pouring Ceremony of Sukkot.
Insights and value of the Siddurim and Machzorim.
Yacob, his Voice, his vision. He is the symbol of strength for his people.
Ya Kob – so voz, su vision. El es el simbolo de Fortalega pora su pueblo.
This Episode explores the Rise of Pharisees and Sadducees during the reign of the Hasmonean King Alexander Yannai. We also look at how the arrival of the Romans on the scene, the Pharisees spit into three groups: Beit Hillel, Beit Shammai, and the Essenes.
Sight, seeing something and its opposite.