05 Crusades: Peter the Hermit Joseph and The Exodus: TRAILER 2 months ago   03:40

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In 1066 the Normans conquered England at the Battle of Hastings. The Norman French were on the warpath. The Pope decided to harness this power for his own end. In 1095 Council of Claremont called where Peter the Hermit stirs up support for an invasion of the holy land in order to capture the Holy Sepulcher.

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MainliningTanks
Just another coincidence at how much the jews benefited from this war right?
Daniel Bruvoll
Suggestion: Make the complete archive public and free, and tbe ones that are parts of what most of the subs not free ( or something) .
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Joseph and The Exodus: TRAILER 05 Crusades: Peter the Hermit 2 months ago   03:46

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Dr. David Neiman (1921-2004) explores the historicity of the Biblical accounts of Joseph and the Exodus from Egypt.

Joseph rises to the position of “Tzafnat Pa’aneakh” after successfully helping the Pharaoh of Egypt with his economic plans. Under Joseph’s guidance, all land became the property of Pharaoh.

A new Pharaoh came to power and enslaved the Israelite. They worked building the storage cities of Pithom and Ramses. These cities were arsenals for the armies of Egypt. Under Seti I and Ramses the II, Egypt was on the warpath.

Ramses II was defeated at the battle of Kadesh by the Hittites. The loss of the largest Bronze Age army in history weakened Egypt and that vulnerability created the conditions in which the Israelite flight from Egypt could occur.

Dr. David Neiman (1921-2004) was an internationally renowned scholar, speaker, and writer who inspired many people. His life's work concerned the intricate relations between Christianity, Islam, and Judaism throughout history and in modern times. Dr. Neiman made history come alive through his dramatic presentations and unique interpretations. In light of our current world situation, Dr. Neiman's work is not only extremely relevant but also remarkably prescient. More than anything, Dr. Neiman was a keen observer of the human condition. His words convey our shared history with clarity, humor, and humanity.

Dr. Neiman was the first Jewish scholar appointed to teach Religion at Boston College, one of America's leading Catholic Universities. He served as Professor in the Department of Theology for a quarter of a century. While there he was also invited to teach at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. After retiring from Boston College, Dr.Neiman moved to Los Angeles, where he taught at Loyola Marymount University, St. John' s Seminary in Camarillo and the University of Judaism in Bel Air.

Website: http://drdavidneiman.com