Torah Means Teacher: Lessons from the First Five Books of the Bible: Dr. Nahum Roman Footnick ~ Inspired by Dennis Prager and m

Dr. Nahum Roman Footnick, Philosopher and Seeker of Truth, Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding

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The Torah Means Teacher podcast welcomes you! Please join our discussions and sit in our Torah study class held at Congregation Beth Yeshurun in Houston, TX. The class is lead and taught by Dr. Nahum Roman Footnick. Dr. Footnick is not a Rabbi, nor does he work for the synagogue (and his views expressed are not necessarily those of the synagogue). Rather, in 2010 he was simply invited by the rabbis of the shul to host a class. A short time after, his classes became quite popular. Because Dr. Footnick teaches the Torah in manner that makes it accessable for all (Jews, Christians, atheist, and anyone), he was asked to record his sessions for references and for those unable to attend. Now those recordings are available to all as a FREE podcast. So, if you have ever had an interest in: God, Torah (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy), the Bible, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Atheism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Hebrew, Sumer, Philosophy, Psychology, NLP, Hypnosis, Egyptology, Archeology, Science, Miracles, Aliens, Angels, Despotism, Communism, Liberty, Americanism, Israel, Ethics, Morality, Holiness, Goodness, Evil, Free Will, and much, MUCH more then you will enjoy Torah Means Teacher as all these areas are frequently discussed in one manner or another. Nahum utilizes commentary from many sources. Most dominant are Dennis Prager, Jacob Milgrom, Nahum Sarna, Umberto Cassuto, Nehama Leibowitz, and of course many other Rabbis like Rashi, Rambam, Ramban, etc.

The Torah Means Teacher podcast welcomes you! Please join our discussions and sit in our Torah study class held at Congregation Beth Yeshurun in Houston, TX. The class is lead and taught by Dr. Nahum Roman Footnick. Dr. Footnick is not a Rabbi, nor does he work for the synagogue (and his views expressed are not necessarily those of the synagogue... Show more

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