A DAY LIKE NO OTHER

February 17th, 2021

One of the Jewish calendar’s most unusual days is Purim, a day of celebration and feasting marked by the type of revelry that is studiously avoided on any other day of the year.

This rather curious phenomenon has its roots in the original story of liberation and redemption featured in the Megilla, as Rabbi Dunner explains. And yet, it is so out of character for a religious celebration to be highlighted in this way. Rabbi Dunner shares insights into the very essence of this extraordinary festival, drawn from the Nesivos Sholom and Reb Tzadok Hacohen of Lublin, offering a unique look at Judaism’s oddest festival.

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