The Daughters Victorious
Based on the biblical story, Rabbi Wexler takes us on a fictional journey into the lives of five brave and determined sisters who transformed Judaism and women's rights when they fought for their property and educational rights, the results of which can be seen in Judaism's laws of inheritance. All of this happening 3,000 years before the most advanced Western civilizations acted in a similar manner.
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When Azriel saw Zelaphchad, he greeted him quietly. "We heard the terrible
news. Now we are sitting here trying to understand the full impact of these tragic
developments." Zelaphchad started to release some of the resentment that had
To this Azriel responded, "In Sodom, that would have been sufficient. But once
the Torah was given to us, the conditions of judgment changed. We must now
bear collective responsibility for all of our brethren." The impact of Azriel's words ...
Azriel and Shafat continued to add children to their families. In addition to his first-
born son, Meir, Azriel next fathered a daughter, Yakira, two sons, Amnon and
Joseph, and a daughter, Ahuva. Shafat, in addition to Eliav, fathered Baruch, ...
Azriel's son Meir, participated more actively in the lessons. He would frequently
interrupt his father with questions that indicated good understanding of the
subject matter. Eliav, on the other hand, was quiet and Machla didn't know how
well he ...
The Torah makes our nation holy." Azriel was not intimidated by Machla, whose
intelligence he had encountered on previous occasions. "A book may be owned
by many people, but that does not mean that all the owners may study from it.
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I'm generally not such a fan of bible-based literature. However, this book surprised me. Based on talmudic sources, the bible and the writer's imagination, this book stays pretty true to the original ... Read full review
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