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The Mighty Samson

For forty long and bitter years, with few intermissions, the Jews had been feeling the crushing weight of Philistine oppression, nor being able to win a...

Jephtah (Yiftah)

Jair the Gileadite, who had judged Israel for twenty-two years, died in the year 2764, and gradually the Jews again reverted to the worship of idols and...

Rahab

 It was a month after Moses' death, and the Jews prepared themselves for the invasion of Canaan. True, it was the "Promised Land,"...

Joshua

Joshua, the successor to Moses and conqueror of the Land of Israel, was born in the year 2406, and lived 110 years. His leadership of his people lasted...

Timeline of Jewish History

Chapter 1The New World [numbers on the left hand side correspond to the Jewish calendar which begins with the year '1' - creation of the world -...

Nazirites and Nunneries

The mightiest man in the Bible was, of course, Samson. He took on the most savage of beasts and leveled a stadium with his bare hands. In the end, Samson...

What do BCE and CE stand for?

Rabbi Isser Weisberg: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind? justastudent: What do "BCE" and "CE" mean? As you can tell, I am...

Yael: I'd like to know the significance of my name, Yael.

Rabbi Dov Schochet: Welcome... What's on your mind today? Yael: I'd like to know the significance of my name, Yael. A rabbi gave me this name...

Who were the Judges?

A. “The Judges” were the leaders of the Jewish people for close to 350 years of Jewish history. The fifteen Judges, shoftim (pronounced...