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Matot: Why Is The End of Bamidbar So Anticlimactic?

Parshat Matot

The Torah is a book of great drama do why does the narrative end with a seemingly unnecessary story about a random conquest of some towns? Over next 2 weeks, Rabbi Fohrman will resolve this question and paint a picture of epic connections to the stories of Jacob, Joseph and Judah. Stay tuned!

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About the Author: Rabbi David Fohrman is the dean of Aleph Beta Academy. He has taught at Johns Hopkins University, and was a lead writer and editor for ArtScroll's Talmud translation project. Aleph Beta creates videos to help people experience Torah in way that is relevant and meaningful to them. for more videos, visit: alephbeta.org.

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