Tucked into a corner of southern France, a small community of Jews, neither Ashkenazic nor Sephardic, played a great and influential role in the development of Torah scholarship, Jewish philosophy and the creation of a European Jewish community and culture. In this series on the Jews of Provence, Rabbi Wein reviews for us the lives and times of these great men and their communities and how their influence remains vital in our modern Jewish world. Discussions of figures such as Rabbi Zerachya Halevy (Baal HaMaor),Ravad l,Ravad ll, Ravad lll, and Rabbi Menachem HaMeiri will certainly provide a glimpse into this fascinating time and place in Jewish life.
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|Author||Rabbi Berel Wein|