Nach Yomi for Avraham

A worldwide project aimed at developing beki'ut in Tanach, inspired by, and as zechut for, R' Avraham Norin (Avraham Dov ben Golda)

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

The Nach Yomi Launch

Chodesh Tov!

We are happy to welcome all who are joining us for this exciting project. Spread the word and begin with us today with the beginning of Navi (the prophets). Please use the comments section freely as a forum for questions, discussion and analysis of the text.
Thank you to all of you who are helping us to get the word out. This project is important to us, and your support is appreciated.

May we merit to see the fulfillment of all the prophecies transmitted to us by the Nevi'im.

B'Nissan Nigalu, u'veNissan Asidin l'higael.

2 Comments:

Anonymous pinchus klahr said...

What is nehar pras in the first perek? rashi identifies it as the northern border of EY. This does not seem to be the Euphrates River that marks the border of "kibbush l'asis lavoh" ?

8:45 AM  
Anonymous Y. Aharon said...

Pinchus,

Nehar Perat means the Euphrates River. Their is no need to invent any other boundary marker. The ideal borders of the Holy Land were always a possibility. It just never happened in practice. The first order of business for Yoshua, however, was to conquer the land that had specifically been set aside for that generation, i.e., Canaan.

Y. Aharon

1:15 PM  

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