Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
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שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #31: Eikha Chapter 2 (continued) Eikha 2:17-19
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #32: Eikha Chapter 2 (continued) Eikha 2:20-22
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #33: Chapter Two: In Summation Chapter Two: In Summation
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #34: Eikha: Chapter 3 The structural center of the book, the uniqueness of chapter 3 is immediately discernable. Its unusual triple acrostic sets it apart from the other chapters in the book. The chapter therefore has 66 verses, as opposed to the 22 verses of the other four chapters. While this technical difference draws our attention, other distinctive elements of the chapter are substantive.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #35: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) Eikha 3:1-3
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #36: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) Eikha 3:4-15
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #37: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) Eikha 3:16-20
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #38: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) Eikha 3:21-39 Theological Reflections
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #39: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) Eikha 3:27-30 - The Epicenter of the Book: The Role of the Suffering Individual
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #40: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) Eikha 3:31-39 - Further Exploration of God’s Compassionate Ways
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #41: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) Eikha 3:40-47
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #42: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) Eikha 3:48-51
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #43: Eikha: Chapter 3 (continued) As we look at the final section of Chapter 3, we consider the position of the gever as he overcomes his hopelessness and finds the courage to address God and seek His help.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #44 Eikha: Chapter Four Chapter 4 of Eikha echoes some structural aspects of the book's first chapters, but the narrator's position shifts. What does this mean? What are the gold and jewels referred to in its first verses meant to evoke?
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #45 Eikha: Chapter Four Eikha 4:2 As we continue to look at Chapter 4, we consider the final appearance of the term eikha and the idea of the golden children of Jerusalem becoming works of clay. Moreover, why are the mothers of Judea compared to ostriches and jackals?
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #46: Eikha: Chapter Four Chapter 4 continues to examine Jerusalem's literal fall into the dumps -- going as far as to describe the city's situation as worse than that of Sodom.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #47: Eikha: Chapter Four As Chapter 4 continues, it paints a glorious, vivid picture of Jerusalem's past, juxtaposed with a staggering view of its current desperation.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #48 Eikha: Chapter Four The tenth verse of Chapter 4 presents one of the most disturbing biblical images: mothers eat their children.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #49: Eikha, Chapter Four What role do the priests and prophets play in the downfall of Jerusalem?
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #50 Eikha, Chapter Four The powerful image of bloodstained wandering Jerusalemites speaks not just to ancient tragedy, but to the recurring travails of the Jewish people across the globe.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #51 Eikha, Chapter Four Eikha 4:16 paints a scene of authority figures brought low, but the source of this disrespect is a matter of some dispute.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #52 Eikha, Chapter Four Chapter 4 of Eikha brutally describes the dashed hopes of a people desperately attempting to flee as it waits in vain for succor.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #53 Eikha, Chapter Four Eikha 4:20 refers to the last anointed hope of Judea, but never names this leader. Who was he, and what happened to him?
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #54 Eikha, Chapter Four Eikha 4:21-22 Following the capture of her leader, the community abruptly falls silent. In what appears to be a bid to fill the silence, the narrator turns directly to address Judah’s enemy.
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #55: Eikha, Chapter Four As we consider Chapter 4, it seems undeniable that this unit mirrors Chapter 2. What is the meaning of this chiastic parallelism?
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #56: Eikha: Chapter Five Introduction: A Communal Petition and Lament
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #57: Eikha: Chapter Five Eikha 5:2-5
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #58: Eikha Chapter Five Eikha 5:6-7
שיעורי טקסט Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #59: Eikha Chapter Five Eikha 5:8-10
שיעורי טקסט Rav Yitzchak Etshalom Shiur #60: Eikha Chapter Five Eikha 5:17-18

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