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, 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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