TMT 062: Exodus 22:20

House-of-strangers-trailerOne verse?  Yes, one verse is what we cover in this class.  Actually, one of the students sent an email regarding some information on magic and Judaism.  Here is a link if you’d like to read some of it.  I encourage you to purchase the book as you would benefit from contributing to the publisher or author’s trust.  This week the single verse covered is Exodus 22:20.

Exodus 22 (JPS 1917)

20And a stranger shalt thou not wrong, neither shalt thou oppress him; for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt.

וגר לא־תונה ולא תלחצנו כי־גרים הייתם בארץ מצרים׃

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  1. Leroy Cate thinks:

    Excellent podcast TMT 062! Loved all the comments from the class, but especially your “rant” (LOL!). You are a very wise man. Just want to say thank you for this podcast. As a Christian, I have learned so much about the Torah I have never heard or understood. I have been listening since the beginning of I also listen to Also very well done.

    I subscribe to Jewish World Review and have read Dennis Prager columns there. I was originally searching for more of his work online and I found your podcasts. Awesome!!!

    You are a gift to my continuing education in GOD’S Word! Thank you and GOD bless you!

    • Nahum Roman Footnick thinks:

      Hi Leroy,

      WOW! I’m blushing.
      Thank you for your kind words and taking the time to comment on the podcast. God willing, I will continue to help you and others understand and appreciate Torah. Hopefully we can use our understanding to help ourselves and others get closer to doing God’s will and live the life He desires for us.

      Obviously, I too am a fan of Dennis Prager. He is largely responsible for my whole journey back to Judaism – starting with the book 9 Questions People Ask About Judaism. In fact, it was his classes on Torah that inspired my Torah classes.

      Have you considered teaching some Torah at your church? I have found that many Christians truly love learning Torah. And by the way, you learn even more when you teach 🙂

  2. David York thinks:

    Dear Nahum,

    I hope that you and your family are all well. Any idea when the next installment of TMT will be on iTunes as missing my dose of Torah a la Nahum.

    I can honestly say that listening to your podcasts has totally changed my understanding of Torah. I find myself correcting wrong ideas being put forward by other people and questioning what I am reading in Scripture. I am a Christian with Jewish heritage.

    I hope that your work ventures are all going well.

    Best wishes and shalom,

    David York

    • Nahum Roman Footnick thinks:

      Hi David,
      Thank you for your kind email. God willing I’ll have a new post and podcast up this Sunday 1/25/15. Work and family have been rather demanding recently, sorry for the delays.

      Thanks again for your support.
      Have a great weekend and Shabbat Shalom,

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