Chaim Richman

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Chaim Richman is a rabbi in Israel, the International Director of the Temple Institute, which is dedicated to the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, and a member of the current effort to revive the Sanhedrin.[1]

He is known for his involvement in the effort to produce a red heifer, which is a requirement for the rebuilding of the temple.[2]

Rabbi Richman has a web television show, "Light to the Nations", on UniversalTorah.com, which explores the Jewish roots founded in the Torah and teaches people of the Jewish people's strong foundations in the Hebrew Bible.[3]

Richman has written two books "A House of Prayer for All Nations: The Holy Temple of Jerusalem"[4] and "The Holy Temple of Jerusalem".[5]

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