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Rabbi David Fohrman Audio
Rabbi David Fohrman is director and co-founder of the institute for text study at the Hoffberger Foundation for Torah Studies. He teaches Biblical themes in a number of diverse settings: bookstores, home groups, and synagogues, and is also an adjunct professor the the Johns Hopkins University. In recent years, Rabbi Fohrman authored and edited several volumes of the Schottenstein Edition of the Talmud.




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Prophet on the Run: Jonah and Yom Kippur
Jewish Holiday Series 1 - A 3-CD Set
By Rabbi David Fohrman (Author)
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Publisher: Jewish Explorations
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Short Description:
Every year on Yom Kippur, Jews the world over read an astounding Biblical narrative: The story of a prophet who receives an explicit directive from God, but then desperately seeks to evade it. What accounts for Jonah's inexplicable attempt to flee from God? Did he really believe he could succeed? And why was this puzzling story the one to be selected by the Sages to be included in the Yom Kippur prayer service. In this series, Rabbi Fohrman takes you on a journey of discovery within the Book of Jonah. The listener, in the end, emeerges with a fresh view of the book's meaning and a surprising new perspective on Jonah's relevance tothe Yom Kippur holiday on which it is read.

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