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Discovery Seminar

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Discovery Seminar

The Discovery Seminar was developed in 1985 by a team of Israelis. The seminar's rational approach presents evidence for the Divine authorship of the Bible, particularly the "Five Books of Moses" (or the Torah). The seminar was translated by the staff of Aish HaTorah into English, and Aish Hatorah has presented variants of this program to over 100,000 Jews in audiences around the world.

The backbone of the seminar is a series of classes called "Failsafe". They include classes on the unique signs of Kosher mammals and fish that they say could not have been known about at the time they claim the Torah was written. The seminar is based on a date of Torah authorship many centuries earlier than given by some biblical scholars.

Another presentation is on the historical claim of a national revelation that the Jewish people experienced at Mount Sinai as well as hidden codes in the Bible.

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