Dr. Yael Ziegler
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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. Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
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. Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
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? Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
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. Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
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? Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #56: Eikha: Chapter Five Introduction: A Communal Petition and Lament Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #57: Eikha: Chapter Five Eikha 5:2-5 Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #58: Eikha Chapter Five Eikha 5:6-7 Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #59: Eikha Chapter Five Eikha 5:8-10 Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #61: Eikha Chapter Five Eikha 5:21 Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #62: The Structure of Eikha: The Theology of Suffering The Structure of Eikha: The Theology of Suffering Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #63: Eikha Rabba: Filling Eikha’s Void (Part I) While the book of Eikha laments the destruction of Jerusalem and the First Temple in 586 BCE, early Jewish interpretation of the book takes place within a context of other national catastrophes. First, the Roman destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE left the nation dazed. Two unsuccessful uprisings followed, leaving a growing toll of death and suffering. Rabbinic exegesis of Eikha illustrates the manner in which the religious leadership utilized the biblical book to cope with their own calamities. Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #64: Eikha Rabba: Filling Eikha’s Void (Part 2) A Psychological Void: Building Morale Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Shiur #65: Eikha Rabba: Filling Eikha’s Void, Part 3 The Practical Void: Offering Advice Eikha - The Book of Lamentations (2)
Dr. Yael Ziegler Why Was this Megilla Written? Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler Megillat Ruth and the Book of Shoftim: Part I Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler Megillat Ruth and the Book of Shoftim: Part II Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler The Roots of Megillat Ruth: Lot and Avraham Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler The Days of the Judging of the Judges Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler The Family of Elimelekh: The Good, the Bad and the Sinful Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler What's in a Name? Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler Naomi: The Wife of Elimelekh Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler Of Mothers-in-Law and Daughters-in-Law Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler Ruth and Conversion Megillat Rut
Dr. Yael Ziegler Naomi's Arrival in Bethlehem Megillat Rut

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