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Dr. Joseph M. Weinstein
A.) I, Your Student, Profusely Thank You, My Prof. !
B.) I enjoy your lectures immensely and enthusiastically look forward to Many More, B”H !
C.) I’d Like To Know Not Just What You Know, But Also What You Have Forgotten !
Happened on this lecture by chance while doing some research on Paul. I am a Christian who still has many questions so I really appreciate the candor and humility of your approach to controversy. I found the lecture enlightening and I will pursue your other lectures on Jewish history. So refreshing to listen to a talk totally devoid of stridency. I was shocked by the art examples. Very well done. God bless you.
I have been studying world history on my own, and have a special interest in Jewish history because I have been working on my family genealogy for a few years. Your lectures are very insightful!
Dankon Rabeno Abramson pro via tre interesa prelego pri la kontribuoj de L.L.Zamenhof.
Thank you for putting this in the public forum for us to share. 🙂
Thank you so much for such enlightening material. Like Rebbe, you begin the shiur with a joke which is equivalent to a “spoonful of sugar” to help the medicine go down and very much appreciated.
Shmuel Hirsh, Betar Illit, Israel
Very illuminating. This was an hour well spent.
I’m a bachur in Yeshivas Ner Yisrael and am a fan of your lectures. I enjoy listening to them on my ipod.
I came across your website by chance and have richly enjoyed your lecture on Rashi. I wish I’d had a tutor/lecture of your candour and insight. I loved your picture wading out into the sea with a Gemmara aloft.
That was really really helpful thank you 🙂 Much learned.
Superb lectures. Thank you, Dr. Abramson. 🙂
You actually have got a pretty good accent when you pronounce Greek names or Greek words, and this is common with most native Hebrew speakers as Hebrew is pretty similar to Greek with respect to phonetics and pronunciation. As a speaker of both Hebrew and Greek I can appreciate that. Really enjoy your lectures, good job and my respect.
Your son is fantastic; he’s a keeper. And of course I absolutely love your lectures. I have learned so much.
I check every day for a new lecture, thank you so much for sharing your work with all of us…Enjoyed this so much I watched it twice, thank you so much Dr. Abramson.
Very enjoyable lecture. Nice teaching style.
Excellent. Well organized, objective and very succinct. Thank you.
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This was great. Just what I was looking for. Concise with all the important points covered. Thanks!
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