What are the roots and deeper meanings of the Tribes of Israel?
How did the blessings received from Yaakov Avinu differ from those of Moshe Rabbeinu?
What are the unique characteristics of each tribe?
The culmination of years of research and writing, The Shevatim is a fascinating and original new
work by Rabbi Moshe Polter, which offers a thorough review of the Torah's references to the tribes
of Israel: their history, blessings, and how the tribes uniquely emerged as one nation ? the Jewish
People. Other areas relating to the Shevatim are explored, including the banners and encampments of
the Shevatim during their travels in the desert, the precious stones representing the Shevatim on the
breastplate of the Kohen Gadol, and more.
In The Shevatim, Rabbi Polter makes use of many charts, maps, and illustrations to give us a clear
and in-depth explanation on the Tribes in an easy-to-read format. Eichlers.com recommends this
book for those who are interested in the history of the twelve tribes, shevatim, and are interested in
history of the jewish people.
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