Three Questions below: Please let me know when the answer is available.
Exo. 19:1: "On the first day of the third month after the Israelites left Egypt — on that very day — they came to the Desert of Sinai." Initially, wasn't it only supposed to take the Israelites just 2-3 weeks to arrive in Canaan (Promised Land) (I was thrown for a loop when the scriptures said “third month after. . ”) but due to their sins it took them 40 years?
Gen. 41:51-52" "Joseph named his firstborn Manasseh and said, 'It is because God has made me forget all my trouble and all my father’s household. '" Looking at this statement from a midrash point-of-view, all that Joseph experienced had to cause emotional and psychological trauma — just as it would to Absalom's sister, Tamar; even Isaac, when Abraham raised up that knife; Not to forget, Jephthah's daughter who was sacrificed to a life of (a nun, so-to-speak); Dinah, especially since her father didn't stand up to Shechum's father and tell him that his son could NOT marry her (although he raped her); David's wife, Michal, and what must have seem like (hell) that she went through. All of these individuals were "victims. " What remedy would heal them from re-occuring nightmares, the re-living of those incidents, post-traumatic stress initiated by the perpetrator / offenders and … the unwise?
Do any of the branches of Judaism believe
there will be an end-time apocalypse or eschatology
in the Millenium, a new heaven and earth, the end-of-the-world and last judgment?