The ground-breaking book on Nach, Journey through Nach, is now available online and in stores! This 2-book box-set is aimed at assisting the study of Nach for English-speakers. The book has proved very popular and has received tremendous feedback internationally, from educators, principals, Rabbis and students alike. The book contains: · Perek summaries on every chapter in Nach - with mefarshim · Over 100 divrei torah on Nach · 18 in-depth essays on various topics of Nach: David & Batsheva, idolatry, relying on miracles, Moshiach, hereditary punishment, bitachon, etc. · Maps, charts, foreword by Rabbi Zev Leff http://www.feldheim.com/journey-through-nach-2-volume-set.html http://www.lehmanns.co.uk/journey-through-nach-2-volume-set.html(UK) Rabbi Daniel Fine learned in Hakotel, Ohr Samayach, Mir and Reb Tzvi Kushelevsky's yeshiva for a total of nine years. He graduated with a degree from LSE in Law and Management and is currently a Maggid Shiur in the Aish Gesher Program. He has written two books on parashah and festivals, heads the YCA Summer Program and the online Nach Yomi program, which has been going for five years, and has covered the entirety of Nach twice. Rabbi Fine has taught for Seed, Birthright, Aish, FJL, JLE, and has published various articles in magazines and popular websites. He lives with his wife and three children in Har Nof, Jerusalem. Chaim Golker of London is the head of Daily Nach UK.
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