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Aleph Beta's Guide to Parshas Beha'alotecha: Where It All Went Wrong

Aleph Beta’s Guide to Parshas Beha’alotecha: Where It All Went Wrong


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In this week’s parsha, we reach the tipping point, where the nation of Israel begins their downfall, leading to 40 years wandering in the desert before being allowed into the land of Israel. What happened? How did everything fall apart? Rabbi Fohrman explores this question with the backdrop of the garden of Eden, explaining that this week isn’t the first time God has given us food from Heaven, and we have rejected it.

This video was produced by Aleph Beta, which seeks to help people get to the heart of what Torah is all about. Through a willingness to question and take a deeper look at our sources, Aleph Beta helps people find their place in a story that has been told for thousands of years. Bringing new methods to a very old tradition, we’ve attempted to make each video surprising and exciting.

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