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Samson's Struggle - Rabbi Gershon Weiss

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Take a Second look at the most misunderstood figure in….T’nach (Scripture). From one’s earliest childhood notions. the name Samson has evoked simplistic stereotypes ofpower and emotion. At last, the Jewish Heritage Series offers a realistic understanding of “Samson’s Struggle.”In Samson’s Struggle you will be fascinated by.-

Reconciling the paradoxes in Samson’s life

Samson’s secret and unique mission

Samson’s strength and inner struggle

Samson’s marriages and their consequences

Delilah’s origins.—Jewish or Philistine

Samson’s betrayal by Delilah

The three roles of Jewish women today

For more than two decades. Rabbi Ger— shon Weiss has fascinated student and lay— man alike with his provocative insights into the most difficult topics of T’nach (Scn‘p— ture). His lectures on Biblical personalities for the Torah Umesoroh Teachers Institute have been enthusiastically received for their unique and realistic approach. In “Samson’s Struggle.” Rabbi Weiss has captured the stimulating nature of these classes while never losing sight of his goal: making the words of T’nach relevant to the con- temporary Jew.We are proud to present the first volume in the Jewish Hen’tage Series. Bringing to bear two thousand years of traditional sources we endeavor to clarify issues in a manner that makes T’nach come alive for the Jew in today’s world. it is a message for the scholar and layman alike; one close to Judaism and one who has yet to taste of its wisdom.Not only will the reader enjoy the wide- ranging and penetrating analyses. but it is our hope that he/ she will come away with a unique methodology for the study of T’nach and Jewish thought.

Cover Type

Hardcover

Condition

Used – Like New

Condition Details

Like new hardcover edition, very hard to find!

No. of Pages

192

Publisher

Feldheim

ISBN

978-9990965599

Language

English

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