This series features an in-depth study – in 120-byte size segments – on the Twelfth Principles of our Jewish Faith, Belief in the coming of The Messiah (Moshiach). Drawing on a wide range of classic and contemporary commentaries ultimately addressing the burning issue of passive Anticipation vs active Awaiting?


In the first ten episodes we clarified the legal grounds, and established the Halachik obligation to believe in, and await the prophetic promise of Messianic Redemption.

We will now move on to elucidate precisely what we are (and aren’t) required to believe in. For starters: does the anticipated Moshiach have to preform miracles and wonders to establish his credentials as the bona fide Redeemer of Israel?

Here you’ll discover fascinating practical direction in legal rulings of Maimonides (Rambam) who addresses the pragmatic Halachik obligation, along with the major dissenting opinion and a conclusive takeaway!

This episode is the Eleventh in an ongoing study series on The Geula, our final Redemption generally referred to as the Coming of The Messiah (Moshiach).

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