WHO WILL NURTURE MY FAITH? is a text-based study series of the Ma’amer v’Ata Teztave; the foundational Chassidic Discourse regarded by many as The Rebbe’s Spiritual Last Will and Testament.

It provides extraordinary clarity of the mystical meaning of Mitzvot, and the truest essence of Torah Leadership. The Ma’amer highlights defining dimensions of our Soul and the profoundest expressions of its emergence. It uniquely reframes the true tests of faith and challenges of our modern era as it poignantly presents us with Marching Orders; boldly outlining the roadmap to Redemption!

Part Seven “SOURCE CODE” features in-depth textually grounded study of the Eighth Chapter of the Ma’amer that effectively synopsizes the primary themes of the rumination and traces the illuminating ideas back to their biblical Source.

Yet as we carefully spell out the main points in parallel to the scriptural syntax the Code doesn’t seem to match the Thesis. Deciphering this ostensible inconsistency will ultimately lead into a paradigm shift of our understanding of Chasidic philosophy and a revolutionary re-framing of traditional Torah theology!

In a nutshell here’s the flow: the Jewish People’s Historic Self-Sacrifice can certainly be traced to inspiration flowing from the Spiritual Nourishment provided by “Shepherds of Faith.” Yet, we must also acknowledge that the Crushing Nature of Exilic circumstances contributes as well. Delineating the soulful inspiration borne of this synergy will force us to delve deeply to properly decipher the biblical messaging.

This chapter is the watershed point from which the Ma’amer segues into a new spiritual horizon, boldly staking new scrimmage in the terra incognita of our Torah landscape!

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