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Shimshon Hashofet

Goal: Teach about the life of Shimshon: being a Nazir, his battles with the Pelishtim

Ages: 6-123842 viewsView DetailsView
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The Mitzvah To Kick Out The 7 Nations

As we saw in the last shiur, even thought Yehoshua was supposed to wipe out all the 7 nations in the land, he didn’t, and as you can see in the map from Shiur #1, there is quite a lot of eretz hanisheret, of left over land that has not been conquered, left full of non Jews. In perek 2 here, the malach comes to bochim and rebukes Am Israel for this sin.

The goal of this shiur is to discuss with the chanichim the original command to wipe out the 7 nations originally. Is this ideal? Or is it genocide? Why would Hashem want us to wipe them out, why can’t we live with them?

Ages: 13-182963 viewsView DetailsView
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Yehoshua

Goals:

The chanichim should understand Yehoshua’s strengths as a leader and how he differed from Moshe.

The chanichim should understand the challenges Yehoshua faced leading the Jews during the transition period from life in the Midbar to life in Eretz

Israel.

Ages: 13-183153 viewsView DetailsView
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Pesel Micha

Goal: The chanichim should see from this story the anarchy and immoral behavior that took place during the time of the Shoftim, largely because there was no king or strong central leader in charge. They will also see the irony and the backwardness shown in this story by the people who should be leaders.

Ages: 13-185746 viewsView DetailsView
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Yiphtach- Part 1

Goal: Chanichim will see how Yiftach (in the beginning of his leadership), unlike Avimelech, uses his drive for power and leadership to try and become a good shofet and the Moshiah who will help Bnei

Israel.

Ages: 13-183313 viewsView DetailsView

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