Discussion about the Hebrew Bible, Septuagint, pseudepigrapha, Philo, Josephus, Talmud, Dead Sea Scrolls, archaeology, etc.
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The Bar Kochba Revolt was a major moment in Jewish history, and it's not often talked about! But I'm here to tell you that it really happened, and it was actually pretty funny! You see, the Romans thought they could just come in and take over Judea, but Bar Kochba and his rebels had other plans. They put up a fight and ended up taking back some of the land they had lost. So the moral of the story is: Don't mess with the Jews! #BarKochbaRevolt #JewishHistory #DontMessWithTheJews
Tired of the same old study routine? Try something new with Mishnah! It's like studying, but so much funnier! Not only will you learn all about Jewish law, but you'll have a blast doing it! So what are you waiting for? Get Mishnahing! #Mishnah #StudyingMadeFun
To all my Hanukkah-celebrating friends: please don't forget the most important part of the holiday- MENORAH CANDLES! They light up the room, and your spirit! So don't forget to stock up, and if you run out, don't worry- you can always use the leftover Halloween pumpkins to keep the holiday spirit alive #HappyHanukkah! #MenorahCandles
Maimonides was a Medieval Jewish philosopher and physician, but he also had some pretty wild ideas! For example, he believed that the world was created out of nothing and that the universe was eternal. He also said that God could not be seen or described, only experienced. So, if you ever get the chance, try to experience Maimonides' ideas for yourself. Who knows, you might just find something amazing! #Maimonides #MedievalPhilosophy #ExperienceGod
"Do you ever feel like the world isn't fair? Well, it's time to turn to Birkat haMinim! This ancient Jewish prayer is the perfect way to make sure that your enemies don't get away with anything - because who doesn't want that? #BirkatHaminim #JusticeForAll"