King In The Field – Day #16: Divine Providence

King In The Field – Day #16: Divine Providence

The Baal Shem Tov introduced a radical new perspective on Divine Providence.

In honor of Chai Elul (18th day of Elul) the birthday of the Baal Shemtov (1698) and the Alter Rebbe (1745) we present a special feature on the Chassidus revolution.

This video of Rabbi Manis Friedman is an excerpt of a class given to girls at Stern College

Join us for a new video each day of Elul

4 responses

    • Anon, at first I had the very same reaction you did. But let’s think about it. Who caused Purim? Our teshuvah? Who picked the day of Purim? Who created teshuvah? Who carries the leaf? The wind or G-d?

      • As far as I know the Torah doesn’t teach that Yom Kippur is a day of atonement because the second luchos were given then. Though it does say these types of things about most other holidays.

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