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Gog of Magog and Zechariah 14: Haftarot of Sukkot



Rachel Friedman / September 2, 2020

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The great battles described in Ezekiel 38-39 and Zechariah 14 came to symbolize apocalyptic war in Jewish tradition. What is the meaning of these biblical prophecies and why do we read them on Sukkot?

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Rachel Friedman

Rachel Friedman served as assistant director and faculty member at the Drisha for many years before founding Lamdeinu, an adult education program in Bergen County, NJ. Rachel is a noted author and lecturer in Bible, liturgy andĀ parshanut, andĀ hasĀ served as a scholar-in-residenceĀ at synagogues, schools and other venues throughout North America and beyond. Rachel earned her MA in Bible from the Bernard Revel Graduate School at Yeshiva University and a JD from Columbia University School of Law. Click hereĀ to access podcasts recorded by Rachel Friedman.


 

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