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Rabbi Enkin explores the roles of judges and kings in ancient times, including “mini-biographies” of lesser-known biblical leaders.

The Torah portion of “Shoftim” (Deut.16:18–21:9) discusses the roles of Israel’s judges and kings.

The Jewish judges and kings of old led the Jewish people from their entry into the Land of Israel until the exile that followed the destruction of the First Temple.

Rabbi Enkin explores the roles of judges and kings in ancient times, including “mini-biographies” of lesser-known biblical leaders.

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