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Rosner’s Torah Talk: Parashat Vayechi with Rabbi Joanne Heiligman

Shmuel Rosner is an Israeli columnist, editor, and researcher. He is the editor of the research and data-journalism website themadad.com, and is the political editor of the Jewish Journal.

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Shmuel Rosner
Shmuel Rosner is an Israeli columnist, editor, and researcher. He is the editor of the research and data-journalism website themadad.com, and is the political editor of the Jewish Journal.

Our guest today is ” target=”_blank”>Parashat Vayechi (Genesis 47:28-50:26) – is the final portion of the book of Genesis. The portion describes the final days of Jacob, the blessing given to his sons, Jacob's death and burial, and the death of Joseph. Our talk focuses on the role of forgiveness in the story of Joseph and his brothers.

Our past discussions of Vayechi:

” target=”_blank”>Rabbi Josh Yuter on the reason why a single patriarch/leader was not appointed after Jacob

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